Miss the Tropo Jam Session yesterday? We’ve got the recording up online now. Watch it embedded below, or on our Blip.tv channel.
Many times we find ourselves sitting behind networks without the ability to open a TCP port to hack on our web services. This may be at a coffee shop, a corporate network or that guest network you just connected to at your developer meetup. We have a solution for that.
Here at the secret layers of Tropo Support we often see similar questions raised by our developer base. We pay attention to these trends, since they often indicate that something may be lacking in our documentation. If we do find something is lacking we of course want to address by expanding on concepts or adding additional examples to help shore up our doc sets and help out our developers.
Want to learn more about the new Tropo Web API? Then sign up for our upcoming Tropo Jam Session.
Voxeo’s Jam Sessions are live sessions for developers, demonstrating the latest Voxeo technology. You can join our web conference session and watch and listen as Voxeo’s developers talk about how to get the most out of our products.
Zhao Lu (aka @zlu) has shared a tutorial he has done using Ruby on Rails and our recently released Tropo Web API. The tutorial shows how to add, or build, the Tropo features to your Rails application in 15 minutes using our REST/JSON API. All of this deployed to Heroku for easy application deployment.