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TeleTools makes creating or adding telephony to applications easy! TeleTools works through Microsoft's Telephony API (TAPI) to provide hardware independence (the ability to work with telephony devices from many manufacturers).
The benefits of TAPI are well-known, but if you have ever tried to write an application using the TAPI routines directly, or even gone through the Microsoft SDK, you can see how complex and difficult it can be. TeleTools simplifies TAPI and makes your project a snap.
TeleTools is a collection of ActiveX and VCL controls you call from your telephony application so it works with most Windows software development environments. These controls release you from the drudgery of writing low-level code. Soon you will discover a new freedom to unleash your true creativity. Imagine - adding Caller ID simply by dropping in one control and dashing off two very minimal subroutines. TeleTools makes it that easy.
This component lets you create and handle calls and events with a TAPI line device using TeleTools event, methods and properties such as: CallDial, CallAnswer, CallHangup, OnCallerID, OnRing and many others.
This component allows you to program and monitor a TAPI phone device and control things related to handset, headset, speakerphone, microphone, message lamp, etc. with: HandSetMicrophone, HeadsetVolume, HeadsetSpeakerOnly and many others.
This component allows you to play wav files in many formats, using sophisticated positioning controls from files or through memory buffers for faster access. A few of the methods and properties you can user are: SourceFileName, VolumePosition, PositionPercent, PositionByte, PositionSeconds, DevicePause and many others.
This component lets you record wave files to disk file or memory buffers. You have access to sophisticated, yet easy to use editing features with support for embedded text annotation: DeleteBefore, DeleteAfter, SaveToFile, Author, Comments, CreationDate, FormatName etc.