To help developers create custom applications, the Zoom Marketplace provides full featured Software Development Kits (SDKs) for all major mobile and desktop platforms as well as hybrid frameworks. These SDKs allow new and existing applications to integrate Zoom’s full-featured unified communications platform, removing the need to develop a custom video, chat or phone solution for your application.
Offered on all major native platforms, Zoom SDKs are built to be:
Easy to Use: Simple imported libraries and packages allow developers to quickly implement the Zoom platform into new and existing applications.
Localizable: Natural support for seven major languages and open translation extensibility allows developers to grow application usage internationally.
Customized: Custom UI features allow developers to extend and tailor the Meeting Room interface to allow direct integration.
To begin development with Zoom SDKs, each developer requires a Zoom Account along with a Zoom Token and Zoom Access Token (ZAK). A Zoom Token is the authenticated token derived from the Zoom API. A Zoom Access Token is a unique identification and authentication token required for your app to host a meeting on behalf of another user. For more information on SDK tokens, see our Zoom Token & Zoom Access Token(ZAK) reference in our SDK Documentation.
The Zoom Android SDK is a Java library for Android developers provided to enable simple integration of the Zoom platform within new and existing custom Android mobile applications. Supports API level 14 and above of the Android platform.
The Zoom iOS SDK is an Objective-C framework for iOS developers provided to enable simple integration of the Zoom platform within new and existing custom iOS mobile applications. Supports iOS 8 and above.
The Zoom Mac OS SDK is an Objective-C framework for MacOS developers provided to enable simple integration of the Zoom platform within new and existing custom MacOS desktop applications. Supports MacOS version 10.6 and above.
The Zoom Windows SDK includes both a C++/C framework and a C# wrapper for Windows developers provided to enable simple integration of the Zoom platform within new and existing Windows desktop applications. Supports Windows XP and above. Not compatible with UWP (Universal Windows Platform).