Welcome Twilio video developers: 3 reasons why Zoom’s Video SDK is a win for you
If you’re a Twilio video developer choosing to migrate to Zoom’s Video SDK, learn about the benefits and resources available to you.
Updated on July 07, 2023
Published on March 02, 2022
As the world has worked through significant changes over the past few years, video communication has become a critical solution for connection and collaboration.
The impact that video communication has had on our daily lives has resulted in more developers building video into their apps and services using software development kits (SDKs) to enhance communication at a distance.
With Zoom’s Meeting and Video SDKs, companies like Cinamaker and TaskHuman have the power of the Zoom platform and the support and expertise of the Zoom team at their fingertips, enabling them to create exciting new video-based experiences for their customers.
Here are just a few of the benefits of using Zoom’s Video and Meeting SDKs, in the words of the people using them.
“Zoom definitely provides everything that we need in a video calling application, especially when we're doing a custom implementation, like the Video SDK.” - Daniel Mazzella, Head of Engineering at TaskHuman
“Early on, we realized that there was a support network that was alive and there was a community we can work with, so that gave us confidence. Out of all competitors, Zoom is very aggressive in supporting developers.” - Benjamin Nowak, Chief Executive Officer at Cinamaker
“The [Zoom] team was really great with listening to feedback and hearing feature requests and suggestions from us, and we were able to start incorporating some of the things that we were missing. When that REST API was made available, Zoom definitely made a lot of people on my team very happy.” - Daniel Mazzella, Head of Engineering at TaskHuman
“When something happens on the consumer side - for instance, the consumer's network degrades and the quality drops down - we'll use the chat to send a message to the other participants that informs them that the provider is currently experiencing a poor network connection.” - Daniel Mazzella, Head of Engineering at TaskHuman
“We started to build this remote guest capability, and ultimately, we realized that there was an opportunity to build an end-to-end production tool for Zoom users by pulling remote attendees into the production and, using our tool, create a professional-grade audio-visual experience and facilitate interactive communication between the guests.” - Benjamin Nowak, Chief Executive Officer at Cinamaker
“I think there's so much opportunity with video communication and custom industry vertical apps and custom use cases. Zoom is a platform that helps us facilitate really advanced, modern video communication, and we look at it as a building block on which we can layer not only media and creativity, but also interactivity and future applications that have yet to be built that represent the future of interactive communication.” - Benjamin Nowak, Chief Executive Officer at Cinamaker
For more info on getting started with Zoom’s SDKs, please visit our developer page.