The Trade Events API provides data on events for U.S. businesses interested in selling their products and services overseas. These events include industry conferences, webinars, lectures, and trade missions organized by ITA and other trade agencies including: The U.S. Trade and Development Agency The Export-Import Bank The State Department The Small Business Administration.
Access the most exhaustive, accurate and up-to-date collection of global and hyper-local events and activities across a wide range of categories like Theater, Fitness, Career, Comedy, Social, Religion, Music, Health, Food, Outdoor, Classes, Commercial, Cooking, Literary, Academic, Recreation, Technology, Clubs, Networking, Conferences, Sports, Concerts, Festivals, Art Expos, Dance, Games, Museum Exhibitions. The feed is constructed and refreshed from thousands of public and private sources using proprietary recipes with millions of events monitored every hour.
The LiveH2H API allows for integration with voice, video, chat and translations into any mobile and web application. The LiveH2H meet features are executed on the client's browser, IOS or Android device. Launch your webinars, video conferences and live streams from your environment.
With the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses and organizations realized the need to communicate virtually. For many of these groups, Zoom was the online meeting platform that met their needs. When developers want to integrate Zoom’s functionality with other applications or websites, they will work with Zoom APIs.
Zoom is a communication platform that empowers online meetings, lectures and seminars. When a user has an account on Zoom, they can invite others to join by sending a link. Through Zoom, organizations can hold large discussions, share videos and images, and break into small groups from anywhere in the world.
When a third-party application or website wants to access the resources of Zoom, it will reach out to a Zoom API. An API is a digital structure that allows an external application to interact with a platform’s servers. Zoom APIs let applications pull information about current users, accounts and dashboard data. These structures will also let users set up meetings on a third-party application.
Many organizations use Zoom regularly. Using a Zoom API, a developer can automate many of the features of Zoom such as organizing and starting meetings. Zoom APIs will also come into play when an organization wants to develop an in-house communication platform. Educational organizations might build Zoom discussions into their teaching platforms.
Virtual communication will become increasingly important as more organizations incorporate remote employees. This technology will also lower the environmental impact and practical costs of travel to conferences and business meetings.
Zoom APIs give developers access to both information and functionality on the platform. For a meeting that is already in session, a GET request will return information about participants. An application can use a POST request to set up a meeting and allow individuals to register for an upcoming gathering.
Some of the features of the official Zoom API are available for use at no charge with a free user account. However, Zoom limits the functionality of many of its API endpoints to users with a paid account at the Pro level or above.
All Zoom APIs are supported and made available in multiple developer programming languages and SDKs including:
Just select your preference from any API endpoints page.
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