As we noted previously, Voxeo CEO Jonathan Taylor was onstage here at eComm in San Francisco today to announce Tropo, a new way to develop voice applications. The slides he used are now available in our SlideShare account:
A video recording of the presentation will be up later today over on Emerging Tech Talk, although one recording is already available from the uStream site (although it’s only from my MacBook’s webcam).
As we’ve had a number of questions raised about Tropo, we’ve put together a FAQ here:
Please do let us know if you have further questions you’d like us to answer.
Here’s how it works:
- Developers can join Tropo for free at www.tropo.com. When you sign up, you’ll receive a $200 usage credit for running applications in the future. For now, Tropo is in a free trial period.
- Check out our documentation and samples by clicking the “documentation” tab or go directly to http://docs.tropo.com.
- At our sole discretion we will pay $100 for any sample applications we like. All you need to do is write an app, submit it to us at www.tropo.com,and agree to publish it under the MIT license. If we like it we’ll PayPal you $100.
Visit www.tropo.com to get started. Go from sign up to deployment in minutes. It’s that easy.
Void where prohibited.