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Application developers integrating with Spark can easily bring messaging capabilities into their applications via a few basic REST requests. You can launch the Spark web client, then use the Google Chrome based REST test tool Postman to execute APIs for creating a new Spark room, adding a participant to the room, and posting a new test message with an attached image file.Spark for Developers
In Spark, conversations take place in virtual meeting rooms. Some rooms live for a few hours while others become permanent fixtures of your team's workflow with titles like Daily Standup or Build Status. Spark allows conversations to flow seamlessly between messages, video calls and real-time whiteboarding sessions. No other solution brings together so many facets of collaboration into a single unified platform.Spark Depot
Work smarter while you work together. Integrations and bots that accelerate outcomes.Cisco Dev Net
Cisco DevNet is all about providing developers with the tools, the resources, and the code needed to build innovative, network-enabled solutions.
Whether you’re automating network management or hooking up a zillion devices in an IoT app, DevNet aims to get your questions answered. There’s a wealth of information on the site.
You can download APIs and SDKs, access fully-tooled sandboxes, use the Learning Labs, get answers on the community forums and receive loads of support. It’s all simple, quick and free to join. And you get cool stuff. Seriously, check it out today!Tropo
Tropo provides an easy-to-learn, easy-to-implement scripting environment designed for creating a wide variety of communications applications. Your script runs on Cisco servers, very similar to the way a web application runs on a web server. Instead of interacting with the user via a web browser, a Tropo application interacts with the user via text messaging or through voice using a telephone or Voice Over IP.