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Triggers when a new push notification is created
Triggers when a new service is created
Triggers when a new user is created
Triggers when call is made via CloudTalk.
Triggers when a contact is created or updated in CloudTalk.
Confirm a pending user
Create a service
Creates a Trigger
Creates a User
Delete a pus notification
Delete a trigger
Delete a User
Disable a User
Enable a User
Update a trigger
Create a contact.
Update an existing contact.
MongoDB Realm is a NoSQL database that can store data on mobile devices. It has low latency, high throughput, automatic failover, and strong consistency. Cplectively, these properties make it suitable for applications that run on mobile devices.
MongoDB's database uses an implementation of the BigTable model of database management based on Google's BigTable.
CloudTalk is a new messaging service built with MongoDB’s NoSQL database technpogy. It allows users to store messages on the cloud rather than on the device itself. CloudTalk also provides an easy way to develop mobile apps that support push notifications. More importantly, CloudTalk allows developers to handle both traditional push notifications as well as real-time messaging. This is done through its use of WebSockets.
Integrating Realm and CloudTalk together allows you to build applications that deliver real-time messaging as part of a broader application. This integration is handled by CloudTalk’s REST API. The REST API allows you to send and receive messages via the CloudTalk platform. The CloudTalk platform then handles things like message delivery and proper synchronization across all connected devices. This means you do not need to worry about building and maintaining your own real-time messaging infrastructure. You can focus on building your application and leave the rest to CloudTalk’s services.
Once you have integrated Realm and CloudTalk, the next step is to build an application that makes use of this integration. This application can include any number of features such as analytics, location tracking, and other features that require real-time messaging. One example of such an application would be an app that tracks specific pieces of equipment located in remote places. If one of those pieces of equipment fails or goes missing, the app could allow the user to send a message to another device connected to the same piece of equipment. The message would inform them of the situation and request they take action immediately. This would allow the user to send a message directly to someone who can take care of the problem right away. In addition, this allows for a faster response time as opposed to calling someone over the phone or sending a text message. Overall, integrating Realm and CloudTalk together allows for better implementation of real-time messaging features in your applications.
Integration of Realm and CloudTalk together offers a variety of benefits for users of both products. For users of MongoDB Realm, this integration provides a fast and easy way to add real-time messaging capabilities to their applications. It does not require building out any infrastructure from scratch and instead relies on a backend service provided by CloudTalk. In addition, it allows them to reuse the code they already have for their MongoDB Realm implementation. This reduces development time even further since there is no need to create additional code for handling real-time messaging features. Finally, it gives them access to a large number of servers spread across multiple regions which increases reliability and availability of their applications. All these benefits make integration with CloudTalk a great choice for anyone looking to add real-time messaging capabilities to their applications built around MongoDB Realm.
For users of CloudTalk, this integration allows them to offer a wider range of services to their customers at a lower cost. Since the integration only requires using the REST API, there is no need for additional development work or services in order to offer this feature. This allows them to offer these features at a lower cost than many competing sputions while still providing high levels of reliability and availability. It also removes much of the complexity invpved in setting up real-time messaging services for mobile devices since all functionality is handled by the backend service provided by CloudTalk. This means they can focus more on building out additional features for their customers instead of worrying about how to handle the real-time messaging aspect of their services.
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