What browsers does Fusion Client SDK support without plugin?

Currently, Fusion Client SDK Version 2.1 and newer is compatible without plugins for the following browsers:

  • Google Chrome v28+,
  • Mozilla Firefox v26+
  • Opera v18+
  • Chrome v28 for Android,
  • Firefox v26 for Android and
  • Opera v20+ for Android.

Currently, Fusion Client SDK Version 2.1and newer requires plugins for in-app voice & video communications for the following browsers. 

  • Microsoft Internet Explorer v8+ (Windows) and
  • Apple Safari Browser v8 (OSX). 

CafeX also provides native mobile app SDKs for iOS 7 and newer as well as for Android 4.1.2 (Jellybean) and newer. These SDKs work on phone, phablet and tablet form devices with Wi-fi, 4G or 3G. 

 

Browser

Version

Status

General Availability

Platforms              

Google Chrome

33+

Available

without plugin

April 2013 

Windows, OSX, Android, Linux. Chromebooks

Mozilla Firefox

28+

Available

without Plugin

June 2014

Windows, OSX, Android, Linux

Opera                  

28+

Available

without plugin

January 2014

Windows, OSX, Linux, Android

Apple Safari

8.0+

Available

WebRTC Plugin required

June 2015 

OSX

Microsoft Internet Explorer

8, 9, 10, 11

(32/64 bit)

Available

WebRTC Plugin required

June 2015 

Windows Vista, 7, 8.x, 10

(32 bit & 64 bit)

Microsoft Edge (formerly Spartan)

20.10240+

Future without plugin

Est. June 2016  Windows 10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  • Avatar
    Vishal Singh

    What about Chrome version < 28?
    One of the requirement we have is if out of 2 parties, doing a video chat, if 1 party does not have a camera the video chat should still be posssible as such that the party who has the webcam will see other user's static picture. Whereas the user who doesn't have the webcam will be able to see the streamed video of the other user. Is this possible through CafeX Fusion solution?

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    David Shutt

    Hi Vishal

    An admin can configure a static 'hold' image that will be streamed for the scenario you describe. Having the user without a webcam configure an avatar image to stream sounds like a useful enhancement and is on the product roadmap.

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