JS SDK version 1.3.5 is live


#1

Hello Dev Community,

We’re excited to announce the our JS SDK version 1.3.5 is now live. One of the main features is now you can join webinars from your browser.
For a complete list of features see our change log - https://marketplace.zoom.us/docs/guides/welcome/recent-updates/web-sdk

Get started by trying out our sample app here - https://github.com/zoom/sample-app-web.


#2

I am trying out the sample app for the web SDK . I have it running but when i try to click “join” nothing happens and the join button is not called? anything i am missing because i followed the quick start guide


#3

Hi @B_Cunningham,

Do you have your API key secret in place? Can you include the error function callback within your join function and see if any errors show up within your browser’s console?

Thanks


#4

yes i have the API key and secret in place, will have to debug the button but couldn’t find any errors so far


#5

Hi @B_Cunningham,

Can you see if an error shows up in the console? Also, does your join method look similar to the screenshot below.


#6

Thanks Mike,

I was able to get it to work, but now i get alot of camera not responding on multiple browsers. Also noticed it inst working on my mobile. Any ideas?


#7

was wondering if you can confirm the video works on mobile. i added the isSupportAV to true but the user on the mobile end using any browser just shows black screen


#8

Hi @Brandon_Cunningham,

Yes the video works on mobile as well. Does it work when you’re using desktop to desktop? What mobile device is the user using? Can you provide a screenshot for both users?

Thanks


#9

Thanks Mike, ill try to do some debuging and get you a screen shot.


#10

こんいちわ
Github・zapier の使用と用途
どちらがオンライン同時双方向ライブに適しているか
アドバイスいただければ 幸いです。


#11

Hey @Michael_Purnell found out what my issue was. So chrome requires you to have a secure connection to allow video and microphone within the browser. So i had to stand up a server with a cert to get it working correctly. One thing I am still working on is the getting the video to be forced on both the Desktop web user and the mobile user. Any param i can use to force video on for both. I still cant seem to get the phone users video to work either.


#12

Hi @Brandon_Cunningham,
We’re glad that you were able to figure your issue out and yes your browser would need an SSL connection for video and mic to work.
Right now, we don’t have a param to force video, both users will have to enable the feature when the meeting starts. We can take a look at that feature set and ask our Engineers to develop it for a future release.

For the phone users, the design may not be responsive yet, do you see the control panel at the bottom? You might have to hold your finger at the bottom screen for a few seconds. Would you be able to provide a screenshot?

Thanks


#13

Hi, i tried to connect with my browser Chromium (version 71) with the option:

disableJoinAudio: true

but the browser raise an errorchromium


#14

Hi, when I install zoom-meeting-1.3.5.min.js, I get an error :


Does this mean I must include react to run JS SDK, but why?