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Tropo with XMPP and BOSH, More Real-time in Your Communications

Posted December 17, 2010 by Jason Goecke
We continue our focus this week on ways to create real-time interfaces for your users via Tropo for phone calls, instant messaging, SMS and Twitter. As promised in my recent blogpost, WebSockets with Tropo, I would like to build upon Chris Matthieu's XMPP with Tropo post by throwing BOSH into the mix. "Bidirectional-streams Over Synchronous Read More >>

Naked Node.JS

Posted December 14, 2010 by Adam Kalsey
Mark Headd recorded an awesome screencast on getting Tropo running on Node.js using the Tropo Node.js library.  While libraries make code easier to write, I wanted to see what was happening under the covers when writing a Tropo application using Node.js without any magic. This experiment was easier that you may think!  Since Tropo speaks Read More >>

Get Your Node on with Tropo and Node.js

Posted December 9, 2010 by Adam Kalsey
Node.js is a framework for writing server side JavaScript applications. This video will provide an overview of how you can use Node.js, Tunnlr and the Tropo Node.js module to quickly and easy create powerful, sophisticated multi-channel communication applications. Building communication apps in pure JavaScript has never been easier!Read More >>