With Zendesk Chat, we have a Web SDK that exposes functions to do basic actions like send messages, end the chat,... The documentation for that SDK can be found here: https://api.zopim.com/web-sdk
But then, There's a new product called Zendesk Messaging which is supposed to replace the old Zendesk Chat. According to comments under this article, there is no SDK for Zendesk Messaging like on Chat: https://support.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360057455393-Introducing-Zendesk-Messaging
However, after investigating, I found out that Zendesk Messaging does use Sunshine Conversations SDK (a.k.a Smooch) under the hood. I can get the ID for Sunshine Conversations via this endpoint: https://d3v-botfuel.zendesk.com/embeddable/config (it's the integrationId). I copied and pasted this integrationId into Sunshine Conversations script and voilà, now I'm having Zendesk Messaging on Sunshine Conversations.
So, my question is: While it's not publicly documented, is it OK to use that endpoint, as well as the the ID indicated inside with Sunshine Conversations Web Messenger SDK?
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