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API Movers and Shakers: Your Weekly API Performance Report

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Weekly API Performance Report: Movers and Shakers

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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.

Zoom became a publicly-traded company in 2019, with its shares listed on the NASDAQ stock exchange under the ticker symbol “ZM”.

Zoom offers a range of APIs that developers can use to integrate with the platform and build custom applications and integrations. These APIs include:

Zoom REST API: The Zoom REST API provides access to Zoom’s video conferencing and webinars features. It allows developers to manage users, meetings, webinars, and other resources, as well as retrieve reports and recordings. The Zoom REST API uses HTTP requests and responses, and supports authentication using OAuth 2.0.

Zoom Webhooks: Zoom Webhooks allow developers to receive real-time events from Zoom, such as when a user joins a meeting or a recording is started. Developers can configure their app to receive specific events, and can use webhooks to trigger custom actions, such as sending notifications or updating a database.

Zoom SDKs: Zoom offers a range of software development kits (SDKs) that developers can use to build custom applications that integrate with Zoom. SDKs are available for a range of programming languages and platforms, including JavaScript, Java, .NET, and more.

Zoom App Marketplace: The Zoom App Marketplace allows developers to distribute their apps to Zoom users. Apps can be listed for free or for a fee, and can offer a range of functionality, such as custom video filters, integrations with third-party services, and more.

To use Zoom APIs, developers need to create a Zoom app and obtain an API key and secret. Zoom apps can be created and managed using the Zoom App Marketplace website. Developers also need to configure their app’s settings, including OAuth scopes, event subscriptions, and interactive components.

Zoom APIs provide a powerful set of tools for integrating with the Zoom platform and building custom applications and integrations. The APIs are well-documented and offer a range of features and functionality, making Zoom a popular choice for virtual meetings and webinars.

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