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Key Zoom API Resources
DNS Nameserver Host: Amazon.com, Inc.
Developer Site: https://marketplace.zoom.us/docs/api-reference/zoom-api
Postman Collection: TBD
Open API Specification: TDB
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Zoom is a video conferencing and online meeting platform that allows users to hold virtual meetings, webinars, and other types of video conferences. It was founded in 2011 by Eric Yuan, a former Cisco executive who saw an opportunity to improve on existing video conferencing technologies.
It made its way into public trading arena in 2019, with ‘ZM’ being assigned as its ticker symbol and its shares being listed on NASDAQ stock exchange.
The company provides several APIs that developers can leverage to incorporate the platform and craft personalized applications and integrations. These Application Programming Interfaces consist of:
Accessing all of the video conferencing and webinar capabilities can be done through their REST API. Developers have access to managing users along with meetings & webinars while being able to retrieve all of the necessary data including reports & recordings. OAuth 2.0 is used for authentication by theREST API, which also utilizes HTTP requests and responses.
Real-time events like when a user joins a meeting or when recording is started can be received by developers through Webhooks. App developers possess the capability of configuring their applications for receiving particular events and may employ webhooks to initiate personalized actions, such as updating databases or dispatching notifications.
Users can access developer’s apps via the App Marketplace. It’s possible to list apps without charging anything, or you can opt to set a price. Their range of functionality includes custom video filters, as well as integration with third-party services and more options.
Achieving access to the APIs requires developers to both establish a new application and retrieve its associated API credentials. You can create and manage apps through the App Marketplace website. Configuring an app’s settings is necessary for developers. This includes OAuth scopes, event subscriptions and interactive components.
Building custom applications and integrations for the Zoom platform is simplified by utilizing the powerful toolset available through Zoom APIs. Virtual meetings and webinars are increasingly being held on Zoom thanks to its well-documented APIs that provide users with an array of features and functions.
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