Notify Client The Notify Client API allows you use Notify telephony functionality, such as making and receiving calls, from a web browser. Several Notify Client methods take a callback function as a parameter. Because Notify Client calls are made asynchronously, these methods cannot return a value directly. Use the callback function to parse the returned data, such as by assigning variables or making other API calls. Notify Client - Client(Object notifyConfig)Instantiate a new Notify WebRTC Client object.Notify Client - call(Object identifier)Call a specified phone number or the phone number associated with a specified user.Notify Client - hangupCall()End the current call.Notify Client - pickupCall()Brief description of the method.Notify Client - mute(Boolean muted)Mute or unmute the current client.Notify Client - forwardCall(Object argument)Forward the current call to a different phone number or Notify client session.Notify Client - sendDtmf(String digits)Send one or more DTMF-valid digits over the current call.Notify client event handlersNotify Client event handlers allow you to define scripted behavior for responding to events from a telephony provider such as the Twilio service.Notify client building a configuration object exampleThis example demonstrates how to construct the configuration object needed to instantiate a Notify WebRTC Client object.