The Huddle01 React SDK offers a comprehensive suite of hooks, methods and event listeners that allow for seamless real-time audio and video communication with minimal coding required.
This section provides a brief overview of how to quickly get started with using the Huddle01 SDK in a React project.
This section provides a step-by-step guide to building a simple Huddle01-based video conferencing app in a React project.
Start from an Example
This section provides instructions on how to clone and run a sample Huddle01 app in a React project.
This section provides an overview of the available React hooks in the Huddle01 SDK that can be used to create custom functionality.
This section lists the available events that can be subscribed to in the React SDK.
Before using the Huddle01 React SDK, you must have Node.js installed on your machine. You can install Node.js using one of the following methods:
- Install Node.js with NVM by following the instructions on this GitHub page (opens in a new tab)
- Install Node.js with FNM by following the instructions on this GitHub page (opens in a new tab)
- Download Node.js from the official website (opens in a new tab)
Pro Tip: Use NVM or FNM to install Node.js as they help in version management and easy updation
After installing Node.js, verify it's installed by running the following command in your terminal: