hbTapi Components v10.3 Enterprise for Delphi 10.3 Rio: A Powerful Tool for Telephony Applications
hbTapi Components v10.3 Enterprise for Delphi 10.3 Rio is a collection of Delphi VCL components that allows object-based access to Microsoft's Telephony API (TAPI). With hbTapi Components, you can easily add telephony functions to your Delphi applications, such as making and answering voice or data calls, detecting caller IDs, receiving and generating DTMF tones, controlling the display and buttons of a phone, and much more.
hbTapi Components v10.3 Enterprise for Delphi 10.3 Rio
hbTapi Components works with any TAPI compliant telephony hardware, such as modems, ISDN adapters, professional telephony cards and switches. It supports multiple phones, lines, addresses and calls per line. It also supports wave playback and recording, location names, call transfer and conferencing, assisted telephony, binary data transmission and more.
hbTapi Components abstracts the complexity of the TAPI to some easy-to-use Delphi components that can be controlled by your application. It is compatible with all Windows 32- and 64-Bit operating systems with TAPI Version 2.1 or higher. It also integrates with Embarcadero Technologies Delphi, C++Builder and RAD Studio XE11.1.
If you are looking for a powerful tool to create telephony applications with Delphi, you should check out hbTapi Components v10.3 Enterprise for Delphi 10.3 Rio[^2^]. You can download a free trial version from their website[^1^] and see for yourself how hbTapi Components can enhance your Delphi projects.In this article, we will show you how to use hbTapi Components v10.3 Enterprise for Delphi 10.3 Rio to create a simple telephony application that can make and receive calls, display caller information, and play a greeting message. We will use Delphi 10.3 Rio as our development environment, but you can use any version of Delphi that supports hbTapi Components.
The first step is to install hbTapi Components on your computer. You can download the installer from their website and follow the instructions to complete the installation. After that, you will find hbTapi Components in the component palette of Delphi under the hbTapi category.
The next step is to create a new VCL application in Delphi and add some components from hbTapi Components to the main form. We will need the following components:
ThbLine: This component represents a telephony line device that can be used to make and receive calls.
ThbLineMonitor: This component monitors the events and states of a line device.
ThbCall: This component represents a call on a line device.
ThbCallMonitor: This component monitors the events and states of a call.
ThbWavePlayer: This component plays a wave file to a call.
We will also need some standard VCL components to display and interact with the user interface:
TLabel: This component displays text on the form.
TEdit: This component allows the user to enter text on the form.
TButton: This component allows the user to perform an action by clicking on it.
The following screenshot shows how we arranged the components on the form: 0efd9a6b88