Con-flab Conferencing - Free UK Conference Calling - API

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There are two APIs for you to choose from; HTTP and JavaScript. Both of these APIs have been designed to be simple and easy to use allowing you to create a conference and display the conference details in as little as 2 lines of code!

HTTP API (Click here to download full documentation)

The simple HTTP API allows you to create conferences via simple HTTP submission to

Submissions to this URL return a delimited string which contains all the details your user needs to access their newly created conference (phone number to call / pin numbers etc.). You can then use the returned string and display the result to your user however you wish. The HTTP API can be used in either web or desktop applications although if you are planning to use this with a web application why not look at the JavaScript API above which makes life even easier by making the HTTP submission and returning you the results with just one function call!

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JavaScript API (Click here to download full documentation)

The javaScript component is actually just a wrapper for the HTTP API which takes out any effort of integrating.

Within the javaScript component you will find just two simple functions the first of which is createConf(callback_function). Calling createConf(callback_function) will create a conference on the conferencing platform and will call your callback function with a delimited result string containing all the information needed to access your new conference (phone number, pin number etc.), you can then use this string and display the details however you wish.

The JavaScript component also provides a second function which you can use to display the formatted conference result in a standard JavaScript alert box, this function is displayConfAlert(). To use this function simply provide it as the callback_function arguement when calling the createConf() function. This approach is shown in the example below.

Example code:

<script language="JavaScript" src="" type="text/javascript"></script>
<input type="button" value="Create My Conference" onClick="javascript:createConfAlert(displayConfAlert);" />

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Here is an example of a website built using this API

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