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ConnectyCube Chat Code Sample for NativeScript has been updated!

Posted by awesomecube on July 28, 2020

We are happy to inform you about the update of ConnectyCube NativeScript Chat Code Sample! With our code sample you are able to check the main features provided by ConnectyCube platform.

Project contains the following features implemented:

  • User authorization
  • Chat dialogs creation
  • 1-1 messaging
  • Group messaging
  • Users search

The sample and basic instructions are available on our GitHub page

Documentation

ConnectyCube NativeScript SDK getting started – https://developers.connectycube.com/nativescript/

ConnectyCube Chat API documentation – https://developers.connectycube.com/nativescript/messaging

If you have any questions or suggestions your feedback is always welcome!

 

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ConnectyCube releases its own NativeScript SDK.

Posted by awesomecube on July 28, 2020

Today we release a separated NativeScript SDK for ConnectyCube.

 

Now cross-platform development helps to build high-quality mobile applications in short development time frames for low costs. And one of the popular cross-platform mobile app development frameworks is NativeScript. NativeScript makes it possible to use Javascript to build fully-native mobile iOS and Android applications. Popular brands whose apps are built with NativeScript include PUMA, Sennheiser, Deloitte Digital, GeekyAnts, etc.

 

Due to increased NativeScript integration demand, today ConnectyCube releases its own NativeScript SDK, that provides a simple interface to the messaging, video calling, push notifications, user authorization, cloud files storage capabilities and many more. So that you can integrate all these features into your application and save tons of time.

Installation

Simply install the package in a normal way:

npm install nativescript-connectycube --save

Documentation

NativeScript SDK Getting Started guide 

Chat code sample

The sample and basic instructions are available on our GitHub page

 

Have any issues? Feel free to contact us.

Your feedback is always valued!

 

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ConnectyCube React Native Code Samples have been updated up to React Native 0.63!

Posted by awesomecube on July 16, 2020

We are glad to let you know that ConnectyCube React Native Code Samples have been updated up to React Native 0.63.

You can find updated code samples on our GitHub page. 

 

The main changes in React Native 0.63:

  • LogBox

A new feature to tidy up verbose and poorly formatted error logs.   

  • Pressable

It is a new component that was designed to replace TouchableWithoutFeedback and TouchableOpacity, which were used to create buttons.

  • Native Colors (PlatformColor, DynamicColorIOS)

PlatformColor allows users to use the native colors of iOS or Android devices.

DynamicColor allows users to configure colors depending on the appearance mode of the mobile (light mode or dark mode).

  • Dropping iOS 9 and Node.js 8 support

 

You can register a FREE account and try our services to decide whether our platform fits your project.

Check our documentation on how to work with ConnectyCube React Native SDK.

Your feedback is highly appreciated!

 

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New ConnectyCube React Native SDK v3.6.0

Posted by awesomecube on July 16, 2020

We are happy to announce the ConnectyCube React Native SDK v3.6.0 release. 

Updated

react-native-webrtc library is updated to 1.84.0

What’s new:

https://github.com/react-native-webrtc/react-native-webrtc/releases/tag/1.84.0 

SDK

New SDK is available on our Github page.

Documentation

React Native SDK Getting Started guide 

 

Please feel free to contact us if you have any feedback or questions. 

Your feedback is highly appreciated!

 

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New ConnectyCube Web SDK v3.5.0 with screen sharing support for P2P Calling has been released!

Posted by awesomecube on July 14, 2020

So now you can easily share a live video feed of what is happening on your computer’s screen, with other participants while being on a call. 

SDK

The feature is available starting from ConnectyCube Web SDK v3.5.0. 

We have incorporated the WebRTC’s ‘MediaDevices.getDisplayMedia()’ API for this purpose. Make sure you read Browsers Compatibility section as this feature is only available in modern Desktop browsers https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/MediaDevices/getDisplayMedia#Browser_compatibility   

Documentation

Screen Sharing API documentation is available here https://developers.connectycube.com/js/videocalling?id=screen-sharing 

Code sample

Also we have added a screen sharing feature to the Video Call code sample for Browser, which you can use as an example for your own project development or just take a complete code sample as is and modify according to your needs!

Code sample and basic instructions are available on our GitHub page

Hope it will be useful for you.

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