A new year and a new tutorial from Christian, for iOS developers looking to add VoIP calling to their iPhone apps.
In this week’s tutorial, Christian walks you through building a very basic iPhone calling app, using Xcode and Sinch. To get started, you will need a Sinch account, Xcode and some familiarity with ObjectiveC.
Any questions, let us know in the comments, on Twitter or via our support team.
Get started with the iPhone Calling Tutorial.
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