Building a chat app – Reinventing the wheel?

Should we Build or Buy? Team-based chat apps are so en vogue right now. There are numerous established players such as the popular Hipchat, exciting new-comer Slack, the venerable Campfire and the near-ubiquitous Google Chat Hangouts. Why would we build something from scratch rather than purchase one of these excellent services? Well actually, this organization […]

Putting the Can in CanCan

Continuing work on our favorite Rails authorization library As many of you have read, I am announcing the CanCanCan project, a continuation of the popular Rails gem CanCan. This effort is a collaboration of the CanCan community continuing Ryan Bates’ excellent work to date. This article is intended to serve as the release announcement as […]

Introducing Sippy Cup: SIPp Load Testing Made Easy

Recently the Mojo Lingo team has done a lot of work to improve the performance of Adhearsion, both internally to the project as well as when used in applications for some of our clients. The best way to observe the performance of something is to load it up and see where it falls down. In […]

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 […]

Load Testing Voice Applications with SIPp

Learn More about Mojo Lingo’s other Open Source load testing tools SippyCup: Create SIPp test profiles the easy way SIPTreadmill: Web GUI for running SIPp load tests and charting the results Still need more help? Contact us! What is load testing? The development of a voice application ideally involves many testing steps. Unit, functional and […]