Tropo’s Java API allows you to send SMS messages from your Java applications with little or no effort. In this blog post I’ll go through a very simple application that sends an SMS message with very few lines of code.
A few weeks back, Adam Kalsey introduced an exciting new piece of functionality on the Tropo platform – the ability to control a Tropo script by injecting events into a running session.
Have you been itching to try out Node.JS for a real-time communication app? Perhaps a voice application? Or a SMS or IM agent? Or a Twitter-bot? Did you read about our Node.js library for the Tropo Web API released back in October and think “That would be a cool way to learn Node.js!” But have been put off by not having a server on the Internet where you could run your Node.JS apps? (more…)