[Freeswitch-users] Connecting to FS from a mobile app
olegstolyar at gmail.com
Tue Jan 27 18:33:52 MSK 2015
I also have it running in Chrome on Android but I need it to work from my
app. Not sure if there is a seamless way to open a hidden Chrome tab from
an app. I am exploring it among other things.
Android SIP client is a possibility. I prefer to try to make it work with
WebRTC first though because of the built-in security (with SIP I'd need to
implement TLS) and for a couple other internal reasons.
If I can't make it work with WebRTC, I'll start looking into SIP - I know
those are more standard.
On Tue, Jan 27, 2015 at 7:21 AM, Борисов, Дмитрий / Dmitriy Borisov <
bordmi at rarus.ru> wrote:
> Why not Android SIP client???
> 2015-01-27 18:04 GMT+03:00 Oleg Stolyar <olegstolyar at gmail.com>:
>> Has anyone done that? I currently have WebRTC clients connecting to FS
>> from Chrome and/or Firefox but I now need to do it from my mobile apps
>> (Android and iOS).
>> Any recommendation on how to do it? I use JsSip in the browsers. Any
>> way to make a JS library like that to work from an app? If not, any other
>> WebRTC vs. SIP?
>> WebRTC with SIP vs WebRTC with Verto?
>> I apologize if this topic is not about Freeswitch's own functionality but
>> I thought people would b interested and wanted to pick this group's brain.
>> Professional FreeSWITCH Consulting Services:
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> with best regards,
> Dmitriy Borisov
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