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Control your Christmas lights by phone using Arduino and Tropo

Posted November 26, 2012 by Johnny Diggz
Get into the holiday spirit with this fun hack by Tropo developer Anthony Webb.  This video demonstrates how you can hack your G-35 Holiday Lights by mashing them up with Arduino, Tropo, Nodejs, and a little dash of Ruby code.   It also shows the speed of Tropo's scripting engine using TCP sockets. This allows for Read More >>

Auto-Returning Phone Calls with Tropo

Posted March 5, 2012 by Team Tropo
Using Tropo's Scripting API and Ruby, I wrote a clever little script that allows you to automatically return missed calls from people as soon as you hang up a phone call. Here is the use case: User A calls user B While users A and B talking, user C calls user B Tropo script records Read More >>

PhonoSDK WebRTC Preview

Posted February 24, 2012 by Adam Kalsey
Google recently released nearly $70M worth of opensource code to the world, in order to help improve real-time communications (RTC) over the Internet; they call it WebRTC. "WebRTC is a free, open project that enables web browsers with Real-Time Communications (RTC) capabilities via simple Javascript APIs. Their mission is to enable rich, high quality, RTC Read More >>