We have added to list "Features to be added" :
As many of you know that Avaya is leading in the field of VoIP so we will add a feature to integrate the features of Avaya in the project which is amazing because with this feature you can transform the call from Avaya phone device to your own server which will give you the ability to :
1- Control and manage the call from the server side (record , log , etc...) (B4J Server App)
2- You can answer the phone call from anywhere in the world (B4A + B4i Client App)
*This is an extra feature to the app meaning the app will not need any Avaya equipment and it does not need Avaya SDK to work, it's only an extra feature.
Hello everyone :) First of all and as always we start by thanking the great @Erel for making this possible for us :) We made a post asking the lovely B4X Family about what to create next, a VPN or VoIP and most of the votes went to VoIP, so here we are :) Today we would like to announce that...www.b4x.com
What about supporting a conference call with several people listening in? This comes in handy with business meetings when the project leader or CEO is discussing plans for the company or the project. Usually only one person will be talking at a time but each attendee can raise their hand by pressing a button so the moderator can then allow them to talk. The moderator can also mute people or have a timer on how long they can talk and this timer counts down. For example a 5 minute timer has a progress bar at the top of the app and it scrolls to zero. This prevents attendees from monopolizing the conversation. You could also have a side chat window for listeners to text the moderator questions you'd like answered. Something like Goto Webinar but without the video. Add video later if enough people want it.