Authenticate your users within QuickBlox or use your own external method with QuickBlox Custom Identity Provider
Register, remove, and update users with this module, as well as retrieve users using filters and sorting
Send push notifications to different platforms via Apple Push Notification Services (iOS) or Firebase Cloud Messaging (Android)
Interact with QuickBlox key‑value storage where you can create any sort of data schema and use them in your application
This module allows you to retrieve, upload, update, and delete content files, and more
Use QuickBlox address book functionality to enable your users to synch their address book with your app to create in‑app contact lists
Before using our SDK you’ll need to initialize it with QuickBlox application credentials. You can copy & paste them from the dashboard.
Use QuickBlox SDK to create your desired chat experience. You can refer to our sample apps to check out integration best practices.
We strive to build easy‑to‑use developer‑friendly SDKs that can be effortlessly integrated into your app to produce stunning real‑time communication features.
We depend on developer feedback to constantly improve our product and documentation.
Real time communication is any online interaction and exchange of information between users with little to no latency. Real time communication examples offered by QuickBlox include live chat, instant messaging, peer-to-peer audio & video calls, video conferencing, and video streaming.
Yes. Our SDKs and API allow you to configure three types of chat including 1-on-1, private group chat, and public group chat.
QuickBlox video chat and conferencing is built on real time communication with WebRTC. To enable video communication functionality you would need to use one of our SDKs which is built on top of our APIs.
Our Chat API comprises several APIs, application programming interfaces, that send requests from your app to our backend server as well as other cloud based communication services (e.g. there is an API to send push messages via the Apple Push Notification Service). Furthermore our Chat API is built on essential real time communication protocol XMPP, which enables real time chat messaging.