QuickBlox team has done a great job over the last month and released some cool server updates:
- CustomObjects module now supports Location field
- New CustomObjects operators: output[exclude], output[include], near, add_to_set, smart count, update array element by ID
- ACL storage mechanism rewrited (no API changes in ACL-context)
- New parameter content-available for iOS pushes
- Push Notifications stability improvements
- In-App/Request notifier channels removed
- Universal pushes logic improvement
- Performance improvements
Please read updated Messages and CustomObjects documentation http://quickblox.com/developers/Messages http://quickblox.com/developers/Custom_Objects
Forget Skype and Viber as we have released the WebRTC powered chat widget! Although it is a beta version so far, we are going to make an official release soon.
Now you can add VIDEO CALLING into your website, WordPress blog etc and it works great! You can call from web to Android and vice versa and soon we are going to enable it to work with iOS as well. Group chat is also possible and you can add as many people as you want.
You can test it by visiting:
with Chrome / Firefox / Opera
Just click on another online user via Chrome/Firefox and call them via video call.
This month, QuickBlox has even more reasons to celebrate: we released 2 apps for Manchester City Football Club! City App iOS and City App Android are feature-filled and fun as their fans deserve the best!
Even a few all-nighters could not spoil the great pleasure of being able to constantly watch football, so it is worth mentioning
You can download the apps here:
City App iOS
City App Android
Well done QuickBlox Team!
Today Apple approved our new release: ChattAR 2.0! It is a revised application with a rich functionality and is coolly designed for iOS7. In particular, it allows real time group chatting between people sharing the same interest and has a search mode in Augmented Reality:
Please download and enjoy
By tradition - a big thanks to those who participated in the development and production of the application, especially the main developer of the project Igor Alefirenko and Evgen for a great design!
With the recent disbanding of StackMob we decided that their users should not suffer technical difficulties because of that. We have developed StackMob to QuickBlox Tutorial materials which will help StackMob users to switch to QuickBlox with no pain. We’ll provide a quick comparison of features from StackMob SDK to those found in the QuickBlox SDKs. From the code examples, you’ll see that making the switch to QuickBlox is really easy.