JABRA Websocket SDK (NEW BETA, December 2016)

The Jabra WebSocket Service Interface is a solution adding the capability to interact with a Jabra headset from a browser application. Via this tool call control functions supported on typical softphones is also supported on the browser (e.g. Google Chrome).

To use the Jabra WEBRTC demo with your Jabra device you will need to install the Jabra Websockets service contained in the Websockets SDK download below.

Changes in this version:

  • Added Jabra Certificate in the installation, to be used for wss signaling.

(VERSION BETA – 1.2.393.0)

JABRA .NET SDK (NEW, May 2016)

This is the latest SDK for Windows utilizing the .Net framework. Users will get plug-and-play Remote Call Control (RCC) from the Jabra device to the softphone integrating this SDK.

At the same time this SDK will be fully compatible with future Jabra PC applications. One of the significant changes with this SDK is that it allows full visibility of the softphone application utilizing this SDK. This means our future PC applications will display vendor name of the softphone in the User Interface.

Changes in this version:

  • Added support for battery status.
  • Added volume up/down button events.
  • Added support for both 32 and 64 bit client applications.
  • Removed dependency to GNDeviceInterface.dll
  • Removed dependency to Visual C++ 2010 SP1 Redistributable Package (x86).

(VERSION 3.1.13407)

JABRA C++ SDK (NEW November 2016)

This SDK can be accessed from standard C++ applications and does not require .NET, Jabra PC Suite or Jabra Direct. Package contains a 32 bit as well as a 64 bit version of the SDK.

(VERSION 1.4.308.0)

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