Screenleap offers programmatic access for developers who want to incorporate screen sharing into their web applications.
A basic integration consists of making a single HTTP request to create a new screen share. The returned JSON
- A screen share JSON object which you can use to launch the screen share
- A URL through which the screen share can be viewed
Customizable Interface for White-Labelling
Customization options enable you to integrate screen sharing seamlessly into your application and customize both the presenter app and viewer page with your own branding.
You can use up to five hours of sharing time free each month. This gives you a risk-free way of trying out the API to see if it meets your needs.
Additional API sharing time is priced as follows:
|Cost per participant||$0.003/minute||$0.007/minute||$0.010/minute|
|Benefit||Economical||Branding||Branding + Security|
Please visit our API pricing page for more information about our pricing.
The Screenleap API is designed for integration with web-based applications. Your application needs the ability to make HTTP requests to our servers and process the returned JSON data. You must also be able to modify the web page that you want to embed the screen share into.
Screenleap provides multiple presenter app types in order to meet your specific sharing needs:
Seamless integration with browser;
Works on Linux
Requires installation of latest version of Java;
Requires browser restart if Java not installed;
Not compatible with Chrome on Mac
Does not require installation of Java;
Software download required;
Mac and Windows only;
Mac app requires Mac OS X 10.6 and higher;
Windows app requires Windows XP, 7, or 8;
Internet Explorer requires at least version 8
Does not require installation of third-party software (i.e. Java)
Share browser content only
Only available for Chrome, Firefox and Safari browsers
To view a shared screen, a user can use any modern web browser. We require version 8 and above of Internet Explorer. No additional software is required.
Please see the API documentation for information on how to use the API, integrate the presenter applet to enable sharing, and integrate the viewer to enable viewing. The examples are shown using the cURL command-line tool.