A simple Android application that demonstrates how the end-to-end encryption (E2EE) works in chat messaging use case. The application uses Twilio as a messaging provider.
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README.md

Demo Virgil & Twilio E2EE Chat - Client

VirgilSDK

Getting Started

Start Android Studio and choose File -> New -> Project from Version Control -> Git and fill in the Git repository URL with:

https://github.com/VirgilSecurity/demo-twilio-chat-android.git

Press Done - you're good to go!

Set Up Backend

Follow instructions here for setting up your own backend.

Build and Run

At this point you are ready to build and run the application on Android Emulator. To test the application on real device you have to provide your device with access to the local server you've recently setted up.

Credentials

To build this sample were used next third-party frameworks

  • Twilio Programmable Chat - transmitting messages and handling channel events.
  • Virgil SDK - encrypting, decrypting messages and passwordless authentication.
  • And some popular libraries: Fuel, RxKotlin/RxAndroid, Koin, Gson.

Documentation

Virgil Security has a powerful set of APIs, and the documentation is there to get you started today.

Support

Our developer support team is here to help you. You can find us on Twitter or send us email support@virgilsecurity.com