The integrated chat in the video call component work great, why not to make a component only for real-time chat?
Glad it works @yayouyi_tataki! What do you mean by real-time? The chats and videos are synchronous! Are you looking for live streams?
I’m actually looking for a chat that work with short latence. I have built one in Adalo with 3 actions for each message sent but it require 5 secs or more to make the sending process done. Really really bad indeed. That’s why I’m suggesting a chat component only as you have one included on the video chat component which work great but that I cannot spare front the entire component.
Oh that’s interesting, I understand so text chat only, no video or audio. I’ll look into that! Thanks for sharing @yayouyi_tataki
Would it be possible to have a tutorial on how to use daily.co for videoconferencing on Adalo.
I can’t find any documentation that allows me to configure it.
Thank you in advance for your feedback.
The component supports Daily prebuilt. Here’s a reference to Daily’s documentation and some unofficial documentation of the capabilities of the component with some info on getting started. Also, here’s a demo app that you can clone or play with to try it out!
The component supports Daily prebuilt. Here’s a reference to Daily’s API documentation and some unofficial documentation of the capabilities of the component and a bit on getting started. Also, here’s a demo app that you can clone or play with to try it out!
Daily co is a video conferencing platform that allows developers to add video chat functionality to their websites or apps. They offer a free plan that includes a limited number of users and features. However, if you want to use the full range of features and support more users, you will need to upgrade to a paid plan. You can use the Daily co API to customize the video chat component to fit your needs.
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