Luis Martin Gil from zaleos.net has published a blog detailing how to create a new module for Kamailio using C++. Although Kamailio is written in C, sometimes C++ can be a more convenient programming language for a module, especially if it needs to link against an external C++ library. Another useful benefit can be the ability to use existing unit testing frameworks. These and other benefits are detailed in the article published at:
It is a very good reading, no matter you want to use C++ or C for extending Kamailio.
A couple of years ago, Luis has authored the ndb_cassandra module for Kamailio and has contributed to other modules along the years.
Should you be the author or just be aware of any online tutorial about Kamailio that worth sharing with the community, just contact us. We will be more than happy to publish a news about it.
Meanwhile, we hope to see many of you at the next Kamailio World Conference, May 6-8, 2019, in Berlin, Germany!