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Last post Aug 29, 2011 04:28 PM by roopeshreddy
Jun 21, 2011 05:45 AM|LINK
I have no experience with softphones, but our company's interested in it, so I have to find the right application... I've found an sdk on the net, but I don't know if it's working on .NET. Any opinions? (I don't wanna s.pam the site, so google "ozeki voip-sip-sdk")
Jun 21, 2011 01:14 PM|LINK
With Microsoft.NET you can develop two types of applications - Web Application and Thick Application.
Web Application - It's like general web application, which can be viewed in web browser. You can create this web applications using ASP.NET WebForms/MVC. It can be viewed on any HTML compatible web browser.
For More information on developing Web Applications using ASP.NET for Mobile devices, check the following link,
Thick Application - It is installed in Windows Mobile/Phone. If you develop thick application, it can be installed only in devices which is running Windows OS. For other devices, you need to develop applications on the platforms it supports.
For More information on developing Thick Applications using .NET for Mobile devices, check the following link,
Hope it helps u...
Aug 29, 2011 12:01 PM|LINK
Read your blog for mobile apps, really its great in terms of knowledge.
Now my query is, that i have to develop a sip application http://trac.pjsip.org/repos/wiki/Getting-Started/Windows
the code is given in C++ (using VS 2005). How to deploy and execute this code.
Aug 29, 2011 04:28 PM|LINK
Do you want to develop Thick Application or Mobile web application?
If you want Thick Application(intsalled on the Mobile device) to be developed with Microsoft .NET, it will work only on Windows Phones, No other platforms support Microsoft .NET
If you consider developing a Mobile web application, create a general ASP.NET web app, which works absolutely fine in all Mobile browsers. For more information on developing Mobile web applications using .NET, you can check my blog!
Coming to the link which you have provided, they are providing API's, in VC++ (Native Code), which can be consumed in .NET applications.