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Cisco Unified Communications System Release 11.8
Voice and Video Version 11.8.2 for Web
Release Date: August 28, 2017
This release of the Voice and Video SDK is compatible with Cisco Unified Communications Manager 9.0 and later, and Cisco Expressway version 8.1.1 and later
For all browsers, the cwic.js in this release of the SDK requires the use of the 11.8.0 add-on. For the Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox browser, apps using video will need to use the new API methods to provide video functionality in the external window. In-browser video in Chrome and Firefox is no longer supported, but video overlay feature could be used for similar experience.
Getting Started GuideDownload Getting Started pdf
Download the Getting Started Guide, which covers a lot of the information on the different pages of the site:
- an overview
- environmental requirements
- getting started with the sdk
- feature notes
- troubleshooting section
The SDKDownload the 11.8.2 SDK
In the SDK you'll find the following:
- the API docs
- sample code
- include files
- node component
The API Reference
The API Reference is included within the SDK and are also available online. API changes are listed in Release Notes.
The Cisco Jabber SDK browser add-on is required for signaling and media termination..
Full licensed version
If you have already purchased a Jabber SDK Browser add-on software license (i.e. if you have purchased the browser add-on and the appropriate ESW contract, or you have a CUWL entitlement), please download this add-on.
If you have not purchased a Jabber SDK Browser add-on software license but would like to evaluate the functionality of the Jabber voice & video SDK please download an evaluation version of the Windows add-on or the Mac add-on. Note that this is for evaluation purposes only and must not be redistributed. After you download the appropriate add-on, unzip it and run the installation file.
Google Chrome Extension
The Google Chrome extension must be installed in order for the Cisco Jabber SDK Add-On to work correctly with the Google Chrome browser.
Mozilla Firefox Extension
The Mozilla Firefox extension must be installed in order for the Cisco Jabber SDK Add-On to work correctly with the Mozilla Firefox browser version 50 and above.
Release NotesRead the 11.8.2 Release Notes
The Release Notes are included within the SDK and can also be read online.
node ComponentDownload the node.csf
The node.csf provides a set of sample code to run with the node.js platform. This version of the SDK includes a new node.csf.
The sample code adds the following Cisco Jabber SDK features to a node.js server.
- Cisco Unified Communications Manager end user authentication
- phone device configuration retrieval
- directory integration
node.csf exposes an HTTP REST API and is implemented as three modules:
- hello: replies 'hello' to clients, mainly used for testing
- phoneconfig: authenticates Cisco Unified Communications Manager end users, retrieves list of users' phone devices, downloads phone device configuration
- quickcontact: integrates with a directory to search for contacts
Soft PhoneSample CodeDownload the sample code
This code can be used to show a video soft phone added to a web page
Open Source DocumentationDownload the document
Open Source Documentation File (OSDF) for the 11.8.0 version - system release 11.8 of the Jabber SDK voice and video workload