I want to build a solution with federated SSO and Webex. From what I can tell, it requires an "Enterprise" level configuration so you enable SSO as part of Site Administration. Is their a trial way to do this?
Do I need to get a "WebEx Web Conferencing Gold Developer" to develop this solution and if so, how much does that cost?
Re: Getting setup for developing with SSO and Webex
You'll want to work with your WebEx Account Manager to have SSO enabled on your site. If you don't currently have a development/test site, I would highly recommended you work with them to get one setup to test configuring SSO before doing it on your production site. The Gold Developer Program does not apply to SSO and only covers WebEx APIs.
Team, Here's an overview of Webex Teams Developer resources.Do you have a nice use-case, app, sample code, etc? Please comment and I will add it!
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I am working on a Webex Teams Bot. It was quite complicated to find all the necessary information to have a running webhook in python. Therefore, I am sharing a simple way to do it here.
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I wanted to test the custom logging functionality.
There's an easy Library to use.
I made a sample class that matches the Activity Log for Element entry events.