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Using Github Application for Website

Hi everyone,

I've been told by the maker of an online script that it's open source but I have no idea how to take it from it's current format and add it to our website.

The addon is a combination of Opentok and Filepicker.io.

http://opentokpicker.com/1_MX4xMTQyMTg3Mn45OC4yMDcuMTExLjExMX5XZWQgRGVjIDI2IDE3OjUxOjEyIFBTVCAyMDEyfjAuMDI3Mzg0ODE4fg

It allows you to save videos from a website to different file sources. I've downloaded it and then also downloaded the Github application but I have no idea how to convert these files into either HTML or PHP so I can upload them for use with my website.

Could anyone assist me with this?

Thanks,

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darren-w-Commented:
Hi,

From a quick glance this code is in ruby and interfaces with a API to generate recorded messages, so you need to look at writing a php wrapper or using javascript, they have examples on their site http://tokbox.com/opentok/api/documentation/gettingstarted#generateSession

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TLN_CANADAAuthor Commented:
Thanks Darren,

I'm familiar with the Opektok API but have no idea how to use a php wrapper and what files to use to get this to work? Could you give an example of how to do this?
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darren-w-Commented:
Look's like what you need is here https://github.com/opentok/Opentok-PHP-SDK
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TLN_CANADAAuthor Commented:
Hey Darren,

This part I am already familiar with and have a similar app on our website already. With the Ruby stuff though, there is no reference here on how to integrate it into a PHP/HTML format so we can reference it and use it on a webpage?

Thanks for your help,

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