Omnichannel conversations with your bank or your doctor have moved beyond the conceptual phase. Arin explores how the The Vonage Conversation API unifies the channels in a way that was not possible before. Let’s take a look using examples from our SimplyDoc telehealth starter kit.
Symbl.ai’s Speech-to-Text capability is an extremely useful and much needed conversational intelligence tool for closed captioning. We asked one of our WebRTC Engineers, Hamza Nasir, to build a transcription demo with this native Streaming API into our SimplyDoc Telehealth Starter Kit, powered by the Vonage Video API.
Taking WebRTC Video calling to the next step involves providing more functionality and custom behavior to our video conferencing applications. We’ve experimented with using the HTML canvas to add more customization to our video calls, and we’ve found that gives us a lot of power. In this post, we look at leveraging the Vonage Video API with the power of HTML canvas to apply virtual backgrounds to our video calls.
Even a custom development shop like ours often uses a CPaaS solution when our clients need to get to market quickly or require a large range of communication options within their WebRTC application. Vonage’s comprehensive suite of Communication APIs is a definite go-to for us. We even built it into our own SimplyDoc Telehealth Starter Kit.