The SDK example applications can help you build your own messaging solution. Most of these applications are released as Open Source and are available via GitHub.
The SDK includes some example applications that you can use to help build your own messaging solution.
|Rich Chat||Build a feature-rich chat experience using the SDK.|
|Quick Start||Build a basic application using the SDK.|
|Simple Chat||Build a basic chat application using the SDK.|
|Soft Phone||Build an application with voice and video calling using the SDK.|
|Click To Chat||Integrate a chat into your website using the SDK.|
|Click To Call||Integrate a video call into your website using the SDK.|
|Whiteboard||Build a shared white board application with the SDK.|
|Location Sharing||Build an application to share a user's location with other users using the SDK.|
|BBM Bot||See how to build a bot running in Node.js using the SDK.|
|Data Transfer||See how to send files in a secure peer-to-peer connection using the SDK.|
|Announcements||Build an application that allows users to send, view, and edit announcements in a chat and view their change history.|
|Key Provider Server||See how your application can enforce access control when using Cloud Key Storage.|
|Chat Poll||Build an application that uses custom messages to create polls within a chat and allows users to cast and tally votes.|
|Threaded Chat||Build an application that demonstrates how a user can post comments on other messages in a chat to create threaded conversations.|
|Message Echo||Build an IoT application that demonstrates how to echo received messages back to the sender and control Raspberry Pi hardware.|
|Auto Answer||Build an IoT application that demonstrates how to automatically answer media call requests to build a remote audio and video monitoring camera.|
|Endpoint Manager||Build an IoT application that demonstrates the endpoint management APIs.|
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