[jitsi-dev] Is it possible to control jitsi from an external app


#1

Hi

I'm involved in a project to develop an AgentDesktop toolbar concerning a CTI environment

I need a Audio/Video Sip endpoint and Jitsi fits very well in this scenario. The problem is that i need to control Jitsi in order to start outbound call , audio/video conference, etc ....

There is a way to achieve this ?

Regards,
Bartolo


#2

Hi

I'm involved in a project to develop an AgentDesktop toolbar concerning a CTI environment

I need a Audio/Video Sip endpoint and Jitsi fits very well in this scenario. The problem is that i need to control Jitsi in order to start outbound call , audio/video conference, etc ....

There is a way to achieve this ?

Thanks in advance

Regards,
Bartolo


#3

If you complete the Jitsi installer, it should register the sip: URI.
So if your application simply shell-executes sip:extension@somewhere, it should launch Jitsi and auto-dial that number. That's for sip, xmpp should also work.

I don't know if you can auto-start a video conference.

Vieri

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--- On Fri, 4/13/12, Bartolomeo Sorrentino <bartolomeo.sorrentino@gmail.com> wrote:

The problem is that i need to
control Jitsi in order to start outbound call , audio/video
conference, etc ....


#4

We used to have a GSoC project one year that implemented a lot of stuff,
including video calling, chats and such.

The project was rather successful but we didn't have time to integrate
it and it kind of fell off the radar.

I could dig it out if someone is interested in bringing it back to date.

Cheers,
Emil

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On 13.04.12 12:33, Vieri wrote:

--- On Fri, 4/13/12, Bartolomeo Sorrentino <bartolomeo.sorrentino@gmail.com> wrote:

The problem is that i need to
control Jitsi in order to start outbound call , audio/video
conference, etc ....

If you complete the Jitsi installer, it should register the sip: URI.
So if your application simply shell-executes sip:extension@somewhere, it should launch Jitsi and auto-dial that number. That's for sip, xmpp should also work.

I don't know if you can auto-start a video conference.