Welcome to the 5th part of this tutorial series!
In the previous tutorial, we have created an iOS project, and made pjsip functions ready to be called. In today’s tutorial, we are going to actually call those pjsip functions from our iOS app.
In case you’re new to this series, here is a quick recap of previous tutorials:
- Part 1: How to compile pjsip and run the embeded demo on your iOS device
- Part 2: How to set up your own VoIP server via Kamailio, and actually make VoIP call between an iOS device and a Mac.
- Part 3: A brief introduction of pjsip API, by digging into the source code of a very simple Mac VoIP program.
- Part 4: How to add the pjsip libraries and header files into your own iOS project, so that you can call pjsip API from your app.