Documentation

The documentation is separated in several mayor sections with the relevant sections moved to its children.

The JavaScript SDK can be found here: JavaScript SDK.

Under it you will find several usable sections:

  • JavaScript SDK revisions It will show you short details on each JavaScript revision. You will find it under SDKs > JavaScript SDK > Version History
  • All you need to add your embeddings to your website This segment holds sections with parameters, events and similar. You will find it under SDKs > JavaScript SDK > Browser Integration
  • Step 1: Calling resources that make it all happen This holds the tool that will help you see the resources that you need to add to your pages You will find it under SDKs > JavaScript SDK > Browser Integration > Header
  • Step 2: Choosing the way to add the embedding See how to add the embedding to your pages in any way that works best for you. You will find it under SDKs > JavaScript SDK > Browser Integration > Embedding Methods
  • Step 3: Fine tune your embeddings using parameters Make the embedding behave and look how you want it by using one of the listed parameters You will find it under SDKs > JavaScript SDK > Browser Integration > Embedding Parameters
  • Everything on interacting with embeddings can be found here This segment holds sections with events and methods that will help you interact from your code to your embeddings with ease You will find it under SDKs > JavaScript SDK > Browser Interaction
  • Step 4: Wait for the event to fire All embeddings will fire events for you, all you need to listen for the one (or several) of interest and do what you need. This page will show you which events there are and how you can use them. You will find it under SDKs > JavaScript SDK > Browser Interaction > Embedding Events
  • Step 5: Do action yourself when you want it and what you want to Callable methods are a great way to change something by yourself at any given time, allowing you to react to actions on your website if and when you want. You will find it under SDKs > JavaScript SDK > Browser Interaction > Callable Methods

Like JavaScript SDK, we have moved the documentation for server side SDKs and have now made it easier for you to see more details about each of our SDKs.

They can be found under: SDKs > Server Side SDKs

Under it you will find each server side SDK within its own pages:

  • PHP SDK for all those scripts requiring video handling. You will find it under SDKs > Server Side SDKs > PHP SDK
  • Python SDK for all those apps looking for easy way to introduce video handling. You will find it under SDKs > Server Side SDKs > Python SDK
  • Node.js SDK for all projects missing the video module. You will find it under SDKs > Server Side SDKs > Node.js SDK
  • Ruby SDK for all projects looking for that one video gem. You will find it under SDKs > Server Side SDKs > Ruby SDK
  • Java SDK for all big projects looking to do video in an easy way. You will find it under SDKs > Server Side SDKs > Java SDK
  • C# SDK for all projects where productivity is important. You will find it under SDKs > Server Side SDKs > C# SDK

You have probably already noticed that we had added the documentation for our mobile SDKs under SDKs section.

They can be found under: SDKs > Mobile SDKs

Currently we support mobile devices with following:

  • iOS SDK allows you to build native iOS applications with ease. You will find it under SDKs > Mobile SDKs > iOS SDK
  • Android SDK is perfect for any Android project. You will find it under SDKs > Mobile SDKs > Android SDK
  • Don't forget we are also supporting Cordova / PhoneGap. You will find it under SDKs > Mobile SDKs > Cordova / PhoneGap

If you are looking for Authorization tokens, then we suggest checking out our new Authorization token pages.

  • We go over the arguments that you can use when creating authorization tokens. You can read more about it under Api Reference > Authorization Tokens Arguments
  • Then we go over creation and usage of the same. You can read more about it under Api Reference > Authorization Tokens See how to create and use Authorization tokens
  • Finally we show you samples on how to achieve few most commonly used setups. You can see them under API Reference > Authorization Tokens Authorization token examples

Looking for WebHooks (server events)?

  • We have quite a few, however we suggest starting from the start so you get a bit familiar with them. You can see more about the WebHooks and what they mean for you here.
  • Already familiar with webhooks and want to see them? If so, skip to the list of our webhooks.