Voice apps in the real world

In my previous blog post I went through getting started with the Telephony Dev Box. However, most real-world apps are more than simply a telephony engine and Adhearsion. This post picks up where that one left off, and moves from ‘getting started’ into something a bit more real world. Here, we’ll build a complete development […]

Using Telephony Dev Box

Using Vagrant For Telephony Development Environments Intro to Vagrant Vagrant is a wonderful Open Source tool that automates downloading a base OS virtual image, setting it up for what you need, and sharing access into the machine with your local computer. From simply running a single service in a virtualized box you don’t want to […]

Using `git bisect` to troubleshoot Ruby gems

Occasionally, something added to a gem used by one of your projects will break your application. Finding out where, when, and how it broke can be a challenge, especially if you upgrade several point releases at once. For example, if you’re updating a dependency gem from (for example) version 2.0.0 to the latest release, 2.2.1, […]