This is just a general conversation to see if I’m on the right track for the usage of the API. Our program is a ASP.NET platform that has a front end that uses HTML5, and AngularJS. The product has it in the ability to include .NET scripts, and JS scripts as well.
We’re looking to add an integration using Zoom for the sake of booking meetings in conjunction with appointments in our product.
When it comes to how we are to structure the program, our platform would activate API calls against the Zoom API when certain events happen. Since our product is a platform, the extension we’re making for Zoom needs to be generic. The Assumption is the client using our solution (most are enterprise-level) will already have their own company Zoom account with users.
In terms of JWT authentication, I’m wondering how we make the extension code generic, and how the customer would hook in using JWT? Would they have to create an application in their account to obtain the authentication keys and such to form a JWT?
The main actions we would be doing is creating, and deleting meetings based on calendar bookings within our software. The assumption is that the organization will have many users, and each of those users would have appointments booked for them based on bookings in a calendar linked to the user.