A few months ago, my colleague Dave Hoff and I blogged about a CouchDB based solution to enable a virtual call center powered by Phono – the jQuery extension that lets you build telephone and instant messaging clients inside a web browser.
We are always excited to see developers using Tropo to extend GoogleVoice functionality and features by adding things like SIP and Call Forwarding and Call-In enhancements. Terry Swanson (@FunnyBoy243) is one of these cool developers who wrote 2 of these extensions and opensourced them for others to share and contribute: (more…)
A key goal of Tropo AGItate is to allow you to use Tropo seamlessly with an existing Asterisk server. With AGItate you may add any Tropo feature to your existing Asterisk server without installing additional Asterisk modules and using the AGI protocol you already know. These features include: (more…)
Here at the secret layers of Tropo Support we often see similar questions raised by our developer base. We pay attention to these trends, since they often indicate that something may be lacking in our documentation. If we do find something is lacking we of course want to address by expanding on concepts or adding additional examples to help shore up our doc sets and help out our developers.