applicationId is used to authenticate a mobile application through the Iris SDK
and authorizes it to broadcast live, upload files and play broadcasts. You can get separate
applicationIds for your Sandbox or Production environment from the
Developer page on the Iris site.
applicationIds for the Sandbox environment must only be used during development and testing. Apps
built for actual production use, (for example apps distributed through an app store) must use
applicationIds from the Production environment, which provides guarantees about availability,
storage, concurrent broadcasts and viewers, according to your contract.
applicationId with broadcast permission lets your mobile application broadcast to the
Iris backend, either to your Sandbox or Production environment.
applicationIdto the Broadcaster() constructor.
applicationId with upload permission lets your mobile application upload video and image files
to the Iris backend, either to your Sandbox or Production environment.
applicationIdto the BackendApi.getUploadTicketForApplicationId() helper method.
applicationIdas shown in the FileUploader class found in the SDK example code.
Both the Android helper classes and iOS examples do uploading through our public upload REST API, which you can integrate on any platform you want.
applicationId with viewing permissions lets your mobile application stream live/archived video
through the Iris SDKs for Android and iOS.
applicationIdto the BroadcastPlayer() constructor.