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Update to AGItate

Posted March 11, 2011 by Jason Goecke
I have released v0.1.3 of AGItate today. In case you have forgotten, AGItate turns Tropo into an Asterisk AGI client for use with the likes of Adhearsion, Asterisk-Java and others. The following enhancements were made today: AGItate now requires YAML to coincide with upcoming upgrade to JRuby 1.5.6 on Tropo. There is now full support Read More >>

WebSockets and Tropo, Putting the Real-Time in Your Communications

Posted December 16, 2010 by Jason Goecke
Interactive applications require low-latency, just like phone calls, in order to make them real-time and natural. While REST drives much of the APIs on the web today, sometimes it just adds too much overhead and therefore introduces latency. In steps WebSockets, a part of the HTML5 standard. WebSockets provide a persistent bi-directional connection between your users Read More >>

Go Multilingual with Tropo AGItate

Posted October 14, 2010 by Jason Goecke
Tropo supports 7 languages with 4 dialects for speech synthesis (TTS) and voice recognition (ASR) for developing voice apps. The supported languages today are: English (American and British) Spanish (Castillian and Latin American) French German Polish Dutch Italian (more to come...) Here is a simple Adhearsion diaplan using Tropo AGItate that takes advantage of these Read More >>