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Posts Tagged ‘node.js’

Telephony Black Magic with Tropo, Node.js and Redis

Posted June 28, 2011 by Adam Kalsey
In a previous post and screencast on this blog, I demonstrated an example application that highlights some of the more unique features of Tropo to support realtime applications. Tropo's unique ability to write to, and read from persistent socket connections during the execution of a call sets it apart from other platforms, and creates opportunities Read More >>

Building Publish / Subscribe Apps with Tropo and Redis

Posted April 4, 2011 by Adam Kalsey
In a number of previous posts on this site, we've talked about the unique nature of Tropo to support persistent sockets for real time applications. With this in mind, I decided to have a play with Redis - one of the more interesting entries in the wide and varied world of NoSQL databases. How exactly Read More >>

JavaScript Remote Call Center Solution: Part 3

Posted March 28, 2011 by Team Tropo
As promised in a previous post, this entry will conclude a series we started over on the Phono blog discussing an effort to build a remote call center solution in JavaScript. In the latest post of that series, we used Asterisk (the open source telephony platform) to make a call to a remote agent with Read More >>