Welcome to the Twilio Programmable Video Developer Center. Here you will find everything you need to build experiences with video. Dive into our SDKs, quick starts and reference docs, add real-time video, voice, and screen sharing to your web and mobile applications.
To launch our Twilio Programmable Video live demo in less than 5 minutes. A high-quality, full-featured and open-source video collaboration application:
For developers who just want to start building
For new developers who want to understand the main concepts behind Twilio Programmable Video
To understand how Twilio Programmable Video should work on a secure network:
To understand all the details about Twilio Programmable Video SDKs:
Note the Platform SDKs use Semantic Versioning. Twilio supports SDK version N-1 for 12 months after the first GA release of version N.
To have full details on Twilio Programmable Video REST APIs:
- Rooms API - Create Rooms and manage their lifecycle.
- Recordings API - Manage and download your Video Recordings.
- Compositions API - Create, manage and download your Compositions.
- Composition Hooks API - Automate the creation of Compositions.
- Status Callbacks - HTTP Callbacks sent by Twilio to your applications.
Best practices on how to use Twilio Programmable Video in an optimal way:
- Enhancing Quality
- Advanced Android SDK Topics
- Advanced iOS SDK Topics
- Managing Codecs
- Adding Programmable Voice Participants to Video Rooms
To find how to use advanced Twilio Programmable Video capabilities:
- Detecting the Dominant Speaker
- DataTrack API - Android
- DataTrack API - iOS
- Screen Capture - Android
- Screen Capture - iOS
We're always ready to help you with your implementation and best practices as you build with Programmable Video.
Get help from our support team, or lean on the wisdom of the crowd browsing the Twilio tag on Stack Overflow. You can also get technical help on our sample application GitHub repos and connect with other Programmable Video developers as you build your solution.
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