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    connectycube

    3.14.0 • Public • Published

    Overview

    ConnectyCube Javascript SDK.

    ConnectyCube is a messaging and video calling platform for iOS, Android and Javascript apps.

    Check our comprehensive guide for Javascript SDK.

    Features

    • Messaging - first-class messaging API to build 1-1 and group chats, broadcast channels and so on. Different chat attachments are supported in the cloud.
    • Video calling - peer-to-peer and group video calling up to 10 people based on modern WebRTC technologies. Various quality settings and audio/video codecs supported.
    • Push notifications - never miss your chat messages with automatic push notifications to offline users. Also receive a push to all your devices when somebody calls you in a video chat.
    • Authentication & Users - manage all the things related to user accounts handling, authentication, account data, password reminding etc. Integration with your own user base via external auth mechanisms.
    • Chat bots - use chat bots to enable users to conversationally interact with your service or your product. Bots are fully automated services.

    For more details check the ConnectyCube features page

    Connect SDK

    Browser

    Simply connect the JS file as a normal script:

    <script src="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/connectycube@x.x.x/dist/connectycube.min.js"></script>

    where x.x.x is the desired JS SDK version (check for Releases page for all available versions).

    Then a window scoped variable called ConnectyCube is created.

    Or install the package as NPM module:

    npm install connectycube --save

    And add script to HTML file from the 'node_modules' folder (as a relative path):

    <script src="~/node_modules/connectycube/dist/connectycube.min.js"></script>

    and you're ready to initialize the ConnectyCube SDK:

    const credentials = {
        appId: 21,
        authKey: 'hhf87hfushuiwef',
        authSecret: 'jjsdf898hfsdfk'
    };
    
    const config = {
        debug: { mode: 1 }
    };
    
    ConnectyCube.init(credentials, config);

    You be able to create more then one client instance:

    const cudeSender = new ConnectyCube.ConnectyCube();
    const cudeReceiver = new ConnectyCube.ConnectyCube();
    
    cudeSender.init(credentials, config);
    cudeReceiver.init(credentials, config);

    See an example of simple application based on Webpack build

    Node.js/NPM, NativeScript integration

    Simply install the package in a normal way:

    npm install connectycube --save

    and you're ready to go:

    var cubeClient = require('connectycube');

    React Native integration

    Simply install the package in a normal way:

    npm install react-native-connectycube --save

    and you're ready to go:

    import { ConnectyCube } from 'react-native-connectycube'
    
    const CB = new ConnectyCube()

    Supported platforms

    • Browser
    • Node.js
    • React Native
    • NativeScript
    • Apache Cordova
    • Electron

    Contribution

    See more information at CONTRIBUTING.md

    License

    Apache 2.0

    Install

    npm i connectycube

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    478

    Version

    3.14.0

    License

    Apache-2.0

    Unpacked Size

    1.46 MB

    Total Files

    40

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    Collaborators

    • cube.js
    • vladcube