Posts Tagged 'python'

PJSIP version 2.7 is released with DTLS for SRTP keying support, and iOS and Mac native H.264 VideoToolbox codec

PJSIP version 2.7 is just released with the main focus on supporting DTLS for SRTP keying, iOS and Mac H.264 native VideoToolbox codec, as well as NAT64 support.

As usual the release also includes several enhancements and bug fixes, e.g: upgrade to SRTP 2.1.0, API for IP address change, Python 3 support, and critical bug fixes in ICE and pjsip.
Please see the Release Notes page for more info and grab the source code from the Download page.

Rich Internet Telephony Application, Anyone?

pjsip has always been cross-platform, basically it runs anywhere. Moreover,
we interpreted platform liberally, so in addition to multiple operating
systems and processor, we also have runtimes-as-a-platform (RaaP?) like
the Python VoIP API support (and the community has expanded along this line to Java SIP API and C# SIP SDK).

There is a new breed of platform coming to the desktop, broadly called Rich
Internet Application (RIA). Names like Microsoft Silverlight, Adobe AIR,
Sun JavaFX have been wading in this area. On my desktop I got Twhirl, a
Twitter client built on top of AIR.

So is this platform going to be relevant to SIP clients, I wonder? Would it
fit into a IP phone developer’s strategy? Is a RIA softphone possible or
even desirable? Would we call these things Rich Internet Telephony
Applications (RITA)?

Click your thoughts on the poll below and let me know what you think! (UPDATE: The poll application seems to be not working for some people – here is the direct link to the: Rich Internet Telephony Application Poll)