Prebuilt Room Links

Embed or share room links without building UI

Getting started with 100ms Prebuilt Room Links is the fastest way to test and go live with 100ms.

Test Prebuilt Link→

You can generate Prebuilt Room Links with a standard format : https://<template-subdomain>/meeting/<room-code>, where

  1. template-subdomain - is the subdomain that you’ve defined at the time of Template creation.
  2. room-code - is a Room Code and belongs to a unique room_id and role for which you're creating the Room Link. Read more on Room Codes and its usage.


  1. Create your account on 100ms Dashboard
  2. Create a Room Template to define your Room configuration
    • via 100ms dashboard : Go to Templates and set up your first Room Template, here you can configure Roles and their permissions.
    • via Create Template API : Review the Template object and create a Template with Create Template API
  3. Rooms on 100ms : A Room gets created by default associated with the Template you’ve created. Alternatively, go ahead and create a Room programatically.
    1. Rooms are created on 100ms server and requires your unique Management Token to authenticate all Create Room requests.
    2. Review Rooms object and create a Room with Create a Room API
  4. Once you have your first Room ready, you can now go ahead and create and create Prebuilt Room Links.

1. On 100ms Dashboard [No Code]

  1. Go to Rooms page on 100ms dashboard and select a Room to go to Rooms details page.
  2. On clicking “Join Room”, you can either copy or Join the Prebuilt Link.
  1. You need a Template-subdomain and Room Code to construct Prebuilt Room Links with format : https://<template-subdomain>/meeting/<room-code>

  2. Create Room Link structure : Append template-subdomain and Room code to the room link format.

    Here is an example pseudo code snippet involving creating a room and then creating room links for that room.

    # template info template_id = "639cb27a0c77c9782cc50e7b" template_subdomain = "" # create room room_response = create_room(template_id) # create room code for the above created room room_codes = create_room_codes(room_response["id"]) # create create room links by appending room_code to template_subdomain # room_link = https://<template-subdomain>/meeting/<room-code> room_links = {} for data in room_codes: room_links[data["role"]] = "https://"+template_subdomain+"/meeting/"+data["code"] print(room_links)

Embed Prebuilt links as iFrame on web, mobile-web

If you want a quick integration of a fully featured video conferencing/live streaming app inside your application within a day, iframe is the way to go.

iframe integration benefits:

  • You can have a fully-featured video conferencing/live streaming UI added to your web app with minimal development
  • You can customize to a greatest extent as per your requirements
  • You can use this in the framework you're already using in your app
  • Using an iframe you can embed the whole sample web app inside your UI wherever you want


Embed the Prebuilt Room Link as an iframe in your application

<iframe title="100ms-app" allow="camera *;microphone *;display-capture *" src="https://<your-template-subdomain>/meeting/dsj-sdkw-oer" style="height: 900px; width: 900px;"> </iframe>

You can share Room links with you users on the fly as Push notification, SMS, Email etc.

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