[pjsip] SIP Browser Embedded

Pedro Sanchez psanchez at nortel.com
Fri Feb 29 10:57:34 EST 2008

This might be an alternative?



On Fri, 2008-02-29 at 15:14 +0100, Thomas Plotkowiak wrote:
> I was wondering what alternatives there are out there if I want to
> offer SIP VoiP Telephony directly out of the browser, for Internet
> Explorer and Firefox, platform independent.
> Two main candidates for this approach would be Flash and Java Applets,
> both are widely supported. I also thought about ActiveX. 
> Possible Java candidates are:
> JAIN-SIP-Applet-Phone  - needs to install JMF, so useless, for
> nonexperienced users.
> SIP Communicator - is written in Java, but I dont see an Applet. 
> It seems though Java needs the JMF to work with audio and video, so
> this approach is pretty useless.
> Possible Flash candidates are:
> WengoVisio - but you are limited to use their service, yet it shows
> that is seems to be doable.
> TringMe - seems to work with any sip provider. yet lacks video
> support.
> Flashphone - also limited to use a certain provider.
> Possible ActiveX candidates:
> VaxVoip - Unlimited simultaneous call/voice sessions $12,000 ...
> PjSiP - This would open possibility to write SIP User Agents in Visual
> Basic (VB) or C# .NET. Once we had an experimental ActiveX component
> for pjsua-lib, but the development has been cancelled in favor of
> Python (which can generate ActiveX too!).
> Are there any details about the activex implementation of pjsip? Or
> maybe more candidates? 
> Cheers
> THomas
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