The SIPSorcery project is an experiment into the depths of the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP). The project is a combination of the source code available here on CodePlex and a live service hosted at https://www.sipsorcery.com/sipsorcery.html. The project has its roots in a previous mysipswitch...
Don't reference this package unless you are building a media end point to work with the SIPSorcery real-time communications library. In most cases a concrete implementation
package such as SIPSorceryMedia.Windows should be referenced.
Voice Elements makes it easy to build both traditional phone applications and WebRTC applications which provide all the functionality of your phone right into your browser. This allows you use any .NET language to bring your voice applications to life.