Lower level APIs for for building user experiences the components don't cover
window.CordSDK object, organized into themed libraries. For instance, functions to access presence information are located under
window.CordSDK.presence. You can use these functions with or without also using our components.
We recommend trying to use the components first, as they cover most common use cases, and then using these APIs to cover any uncommon cases your application might need.
How to initialize Cord in the browser
A powerful and flexible API for adding annotations to your application
Get activity information for a specific thread id or location, to use for badge counts, typing indicators and much more
Fetch information about the viewer or other users you've synced
Easily add highly engaging social cues into your application
Get a notification activity summary to build custom UI indicators such as unread badge counts.
Manage files used for message attachments
Control what to include in Cord's screenshots