Sep
10

Developer tenant getting started POSTman collection


Now that you have been issued a developer tenant for getting started with Plantronics Manager Pro Open APIs, we want to help you get started, using sample API calls into our QA tenant as a point of reference. We have created a POST collection to help you get started with a pre-tested working set of POSTman collections. Download this zip file to get started: 


https://developer.plantronics.com/files/oda-stagingpostmancollectionzip


Apr
10

Radio Link Quality Data


One use case for Radio Link Quality APIs is how third-party call quality diagnostics tools can be enhanced by knowing what’s going on at the first three feet. Specifically, how can IT troubleshoot the Bluetooth link between headset and USB adapter? 
 
The Radio Link Quality API provides key information that can be used to gain true insights into the Bluetooth radio link:


Mar
12

Asset & Usage Analysis – a Microsoft Power BI Application using Plantronics Open APIs


UPDATE: Plantronics has created an app for Power Bi that can be installed today in your Power BI environment. 
See the overview of Plantronics app for Microsoft Power BI for more details.

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Asset & Usage Analysis – a Microsoft Power BI Application using Plantronics Open APIs

Download link:
Sample Code for PDC - Power BI.zip


Jul
18

Getting Started with Real-time APIs


Overview

In this article, I describe how to access the Plantronics Manager Pro APIs for real-time events. The source code is pointing at the "Sandbox" tenant. However, once you have access to your own tenant you will just change the relavent URLs and security tokens (the tenant information provided during Hub install and generating a PubNub channel to receive your realtime events). This example is written in C#, but there are many other languages supporting PubNub.



Jul
14

Getting Started with the REST API


Overview

In this article, I describe how to access two of the Open Data Access REST APIs. The source code is pointing at the "Sandbox" tenant. However, once you have access to your own tenant you will just change the relavent URLs and security tokens (the tenant id and app id, which can be seen on screen in each sample). This example is written in JavaScript, but of course any language supporting HTTP requests can consume data from the REST APIs.