Thanks for all for the response
In the default setup your js files are concatenated into app.js which can be accessed on localhost:4000/js/app.js, for example.
Note that in order to have your static files served, you should probably run a server.
I just looked at
sipml5 documentation and it doesn’t provide installable NPM packages, so instead we need to go the old way. It seems to me that you need the
SIPml-api.js (which I assume you have downloaded), and including that file will define some global variables (
I believe this is precisely the case of Legacy Non-modularized Code section of the Phoenix guides. What you need to do is put the
SIPml-api.js file to
web/static/vendor. Phoenix (through Brunch) will include that file just before your code (from
web/static/js) in the resulting concatenated file
priv/static/js/app.js, which means that all the variables defined will be available for your own JS code.
You can then use the
SIPml.init etc. from your
web/static/js/app.js file. Can you try if it works?
I think you’re including the wrong file, specifically you are including the debug version of
SIPml-api.js which dynamically appends scripts with reference to local files (
src/tinySIP/src/tsip_api.js). You don’t have these two files, that’s why Phoenix is complaining that no route is found for them.
Try going to the github page. At the very bottom, there is “Download JS API” link and it refers to the concatenated, production build of
SIPml-api.js. I think that should work.
Glad you got it working!