TrueConf Releases SDK for Windows

TrueConf has released TrueConf SDK for Windows, a new software development kit. TrueConf SDK allows third-party developers to embed video conferencing into their projects and solutions quickly and easily.

TrueConf SDK for Windows is based on ActiveX technology and is available in all popular development frameworks, including IDE Microsoft Visual Studio and Embarcadero Delphi. Additionally, the libraries can be integrated into JavaScript applications for Internet Explorer.

The TrueConf SDK opens a number of possibilities to developers for creating specialized applications in the sphere of telemedicine, video banking and engineering. The majority of companies already use an existing set of corporate programs and services. With the help of our solution, you can integrate any type of communication into your software. On top of that, SDK features can be customized to specific use cases. This is an interesting opportunity for AV integrators to include this as a service for PC-based rooms.

TrueConf has previously released SDK for Android and iOS, which allows developers to add video conferencing into mobile applications. Currently, a lot of companies are actively using TrueConf built-in technologies in their telemedicine and video banking systems, such as Bad Kissingen clinic in Germany and Maccabi in Israel, as well as Banpará Bank in Brazil.

Here are details on TrueConf.

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