Zoom Meeting SDKs allow new and existing applications to integrate a rich subset of features that are available in the Zoom Client app.
Offered on all major native platforms, Zoom Meeting SDKs are designed to be:
- Easy to use: Simple imported libraries and packages allow you to quickly implement the Zoom meeting platform into new and existing applications.
- Localizable: Natural support for Natural support for multiple languages and open translation extensibility allows you to grow application usage internationally.
- Customizable: Custom UI features allow developers to extend and tailor the Meeting interface to allow direct integration with your app.
The SDK may often not include features that are released in the latest versions of the Zoom Client app. However, with each SDK update, we aim to improve and upgrade our offerings. Refer to the Changelog to learn about these updates.
To begin development with Zoom SDKs, each developer requires a Zoom Account and a Zoom Access Key (ZAK). A ZAK is a unique identification and authentication token required for your app to host a meeting on behalf of another user. See Next Steps below for more information.
Full-featured libraries provided to enable simple integration of the Zoom platform within mobile or desktop apps.
Web modules built to enable Meetings and Webinars within a web browser.
Build cross-platform desktop and mobile apps with fully integrated Zoom services on one code-base.
The minimum supported SDK version is 5.2. This is not enforced.
We don’t recommend multi-threaded programming for Native Meeting SDKs. We suggest that you use a single thread for all interfaces.