We know it is important to provide developers as much information as possible in order to allow them to maximize their use of Tropo. To this end we have updated the Tropo FAQ, revealing more about the Java underpinnings of Tropo. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to come by and chat with us on the IRC (#tropo), Public Skype Chat or the Tropo Forums.
Today we announced the availability of the Tropo Servlet under an open-source license at OSCON. This is the next step in opening Tropo and building the developer community for open-source cloud telephony.
In the coming days we will be publishing additional details on the Tropo architecture and how the Tropo Servlet fits into SIP Servlet engines. In the meantime, everyone is welcome to have a look at the source code on Github: https://github.com/voxeo/tropo-servlet/.
If you missed the launch of Tropo.com back at eComm in March, you can now listen to the audio of the launch presentation by Voxeo CEO Jonathan Taylor over at IT Conversations:
The slides that accompany the presentation are also available. The video is also available as an Emerging Tech Talk video podcast if you prefer to see the video.
After listening, of course, we encourage you to head on over to Tropo.com, sign up for a free developer account, and get started building telephony apps in the cloud!