Useable API

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  1. imagemaster

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    I don’t understand why you guys don’t make a usable and documented API. Keeping everything secret does not make your program better. Let people have access and see the incredible things that will come from it. You will create a more loyal base, since you become the engine by which all those things are possible. I have been trying to find a way to create a scheduled audio conference via the API for years with no luck.

    This is probably falling on deaf ears but hopefully someone at 3cx is listening.
     
  2. Andreas Paradisiotis

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    Hello imagemaster

    For which API your looking ? Call Control API or Windows API ?

    Thanks
     
  3. imagemaster

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    We recently switched our server to Linux but if I can get a working API to create audio conferences I can switch back to Windows.

    With your multi-platform format the best solution is a documented REST API that exposes the server to many commands. That would open the door for many to create features that are desperately needed.
     
  4. Andreas Paradisiotis

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    You can take the Call Control API and make a build for net core. Maybe you need to change a few lines of code in order to successfully build it to net core (is not a lot)

    For the REST API that you mention better to post your idea here

    Thanks
     
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  6. Andreas Paradisiotis

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    Thanks for the feedback. Better to post this into ideas section
     
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