Can zoom web sdk run on serverless architecture on AWS ? Kindly suggest.
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Yes, the Zoom Web SDK doesn’t require a dedicated server to work, and signatures can be generated using frontend languages such as nodeJS. The SDK itself is simply added to your project either locally (via Node) or remotely via CDN.
What is your architecture?
Let us know if you have any questions @kamlesh.sutar
Currently I am running web sdk locally on ec2 instance, And clients can access the url from browser. So instead of having dedicated ec2 instance I want to move it static hosting like S3. If I use CDN, will it be catered through S3 ?
Yes, you should be able to host the Web SDK statically through something like S3.