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Worker.js: Integrating TaskRouter to your browser-based applications


This version of the SDK has been deprecated. Use taskrouter.js for integrating TaskRouter into front-end applications.

Want to learn how to use Worker.js to route tasks to a web-based application? Dive into the TaskRouter Quickstart.

TaskRouter's Worker.js library lets you add TaskRouter Worker Activity controls and event notifications to your web applications. Worker.js uses a Websocket connection to TaskRouter to receive realtime notifications of Worker Reservations and Task details, and provides a simple API for modifying a Worker's current Activity. You can use Worker.js to build a contact center agent desktop application, add Worker presence to your CRM system, leverage TaskRouter for internal support desk applications, and much more.

Get started using Worker.js by working through the TaskRouter Quickstart or reviewing the Worker.js API documentation.

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