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Meet Tropo at Github’s #CodeConf in San Francisco this weekend

Posted April 8, 2011 by Johnny Diggz
April 9-10, our friends over at Github are hosting CodeConf in San Francisco.  Coding is about more than code. Whether it's building a solid community, writing good documentation, or hacking space exploration, CodeConf is about improving the software ecosystem through best practices. Come with an open mind and leave a better programmer. Tropo Evangelist (and Read More >>

Simple POST and GET interface to Tropo SMS

Posted November 19, 2010 by Adam Kalsey
Tropo's coding model is designed around conversations. Ask a question, get an answer, ask something else, get another answer. Through grammars and our ask() functions, we make it easy to rapidly build a powerful automated phone or text conversation. But what if you don't want a conversation? What if you just want to send a Read More >>

Making of a USB giveaway, part two

Posted November 8, 2010 by Adam Kalsey
Tropo's meetup kits come with USB drives that are loaded with tropo samples, libraries, and applications. This is the second half of a series explaining how we get the software loaded onto those drives. In the first part, I showed how we're using git's distributed source code management and a git feature called submodules to Read More >>