Running the Bundled Applications
Build for Desktop
Build for Mobile
- iOS: Apple iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch
- BlackBerry 10 (BB10)
- Windows Mobile
- Windows Phone 8.x and UWP
- Build for Other
Next: Using the libraries
Upon successful build, the output libraries (PJLIB, PJLIB-UTIL, PJMEDIA, PJSIP, etc.) are put under ./lib sub-directory under each project directory. In addition, some applications may also be built, and such applications will be put in ./bin sub-directory under each project directory.
pjsua is the reference implementation for both PJSIP and PJMEDIA stack, and is the main target of the build system. Upon successful build, pjsua application will be put in pjsip-apps/bin directory.
pjsua manual can be found in pjsua Manual Page.
Sample applications will be built with the Makefile build system. For Visual Studio, you have to build the samples manually by selecting and building the Samples project inside pjsip-apps/build/pjsip_apps.dsw project workspace.
Upon successful build, the sample applications are put in pjsip-apps/bin/samples directory.
The sample applications are described in PJMEDIA Samples Page and PJSIP Samples Page in the website.
pjlib-test contains comprehensive tests for testing PJLIB functionality. This application will only be built when the Makefile build system is used; with Visual Studio, one has to open pjlib.dsw project in pjlib/build directory to build this application.
If you're porting PJLIB to new target, it is recommended to run this application to make sure that all functionalities works as expected.
pjsip-test contains codes for testing various SIP functionalities in PJSIP and also to benchmark static performance metrics such as message parsing per second.