[jitsi-dev] dev Digest, Vol 22, Issue 21


#1

Identify the classes and methods that connect to sip server, call a peer
...and so on and then create different android layouts that would fire each
of these events.

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   1. Android Graphical User Interfaces (patrick patrick)

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Date: Mon, 12 Jan 2015 10:35:06 +0200
From: patrick patrick <sip.email.leb@gmail.com>
To: dev@jitsi.org
Subject: [jitsi-dev] Android Graphical User Interfaces
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Hello everyone,

I am currently working on jitsi android in order to implement my own
graphical user interface in my android SIP client app. I am having a hard
time separating the networking code (registration with server, call making
and son on) from the user interface code in jitsi -- which seems to be
based on the OSGI framework.

Is there any documentation on how to use the jitsi and osgi code with my
own user interface? I am having trouble understanding the way osgi is used
in jitsi code. I simply can't separate the user interface from the
communication code without breaking the app.

Any advice or pointer would be greatly appreciated.

Bob
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