Example applications built with the BlackBerry Spark Communications Platform for Android. For iOS and JavaScript examples see: https://github.com/blackberry/bb-spark-ios-samples and https://github.com/blackberry/bb-spark-javascript-samples.
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README.md

BlackBerry Spark Communications Platform

BlackBerry Spark Communications Platform

Spark is an IP-based cloud communications platform that lets you easily create powerful new experiences between your users, machines, and IoT devices. Its enterprise-grade communication and data sharing functionality can be integrated directly into your Android, iOS and web apps. With end-to-end encryption, digitally signed messages, and guaranteed data delivery, Spark is a secure CPaaS (communications platform as a service) solution that can enable you to build powerful connections around the world, while keeping everything safe and secure in a “private garden” communication system.

Spark Examples for Android

This repository contains code for Android example applications that you can use to help build your messaging solution with Spark.

Example Application Description
Quick Start Build a basic app to initialize and authenticate with Spark
Simple Chat Build a basic chat app with Spark
Soft Phone Build an app with voice and video calling with Spark
Whiteboard Build a shared white board app with Spark
Data Transfer Build an app to send files over a secure peer-to-peer connection with Spark
Announcements Build an app that allows users to send, view, and edit announcements in a chat with Spark

For more details on all the Spark examples see the online Developer Guide.

Getting Started

These samples require the Spark SDK, which you can find along with related resources at the location below.

YouTube Getting Started Video

Getting started video

License

These examples are released as Open Source and licensed under the Apache 2.0 License.

The Android robot is reproduced or modified from work created and shared by Google and used according to terms described in the Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution License.

This page includes icons from: https://material.io/icons/ used under the Apache 2.0 License.