SightCall is a resource for professional developers to build video communication solutions with WebRTC. Below are guides and other materials to help get you started.

SightCall software development kits for browsers and mobile devices help developers quickly integrate real-time video, audio and text capabilities directly into their website or mobile app. SightCall APIs and SDKs are aimed at developers and make incorporating real-time interactions as easy as using any other client-side framework.

Quick Start Guides

These quick tutorials are step-by-step guides to walk you through the different stages required to integrate the SightCall API or SDK into your application.


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SightCall Reference Guides

SightCall reference guides and requirements for integrating the API or SDK into your application.

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Developers Blog Posts

Characteristics of Mobility conspire against SIP for Mobile WebRTC

In internet-based telephony solutions, 'signaling' refers to the protocols and methods used for one terminal (a device or app) to request or accept a call with another terminal. The transmission of the 'media' (audio and video packets) is [...]

Notes from SightCall Labs: Ringing Multiple Extensions

One of the interesting features of the SightCall platform is the fact that one User may be signaled on multiple "extensions." This feature is nice to use in collaboration applications. Suppose one of your Users is logged on [...]

From SightCall Labs: Cloud Recording WebRTC to S3

SightCall makes it easy to include realtime video communications in your website or mobile app. But in some applications, it’s important to be able to record a conversation or meeting for future reference. […]

New Text-Chat and Pub/Sub Capabilities

SightCall announced Version 5.4 of its WebRTC real-time communication platform this week. The release marks a lot of hard work by the development team to bring some major new capabilities. The new features round out [...]