The Jabra iOS SDK provides access to many device features and APIs. Product images can be displayed in your application, settings are used to let your users control the settings of the connected Jabra device. If you are writing a softphone app, the iOS Call Kit (https://developer.apple.com/documentation/callkit) has support for using buttons on the Jabra device to accept/reject a call.
Data for product images and settings are provided by the SDK accessing our servers, always using the latest information. This means that you can expect new Jabra devices to be supported ‘automatically’, without having to use an updated SDK, or releasing a new version of your app.
Jabra iOS SDK V2 is a framework, which provides interfaces to the following functionalities in Jabra devices:
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The BlueParrott iOS SDK provides developer access to the programmable Parrott Button™ found on premium BlueParrott headsets allowing for control of selected functions and activities within a mobile application directly from the headset. The Parrott Button can be configured for up to four dedicated states of operation: Press, Double-Tap, Hold and Release. Each of these states is addressable for individual functions within the mobile application.
For the purposes of increasing the overall utility of an integration, functionality can be either limited to when the application is in the foreground, or extended to offer background access as well.
Configuration of the headset’s Parrott Button is also managed by the SDK library, so an application can directly configure the Parrott Button on a connected headset for use with the app, simplifying setup and easing the deployment of large numbers of devices.
BlueParrott iOS SDK V1 is a framework, which provides interfaces to the following functionalities in compatible BlueParrott devices:
BlueParrott iOS SDK V.xx package includes the following development tools:
BlueParrott iOS SDK V.xx is currently supported by the following devices: