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 […]

VoIP Users Conference #453

Mojo Lingo founder, Ben Klang will be discussing Sippy Cup and Telephony Dev Box. Sippy Cup is a tool meant to make it easy to generate and run load test profiles with SIPp. It can even generate media, making it much simpler to test IVR interactions with SIPp, which is normally somewhat painful to do. […]

Adhearsion 2.4 is here! FreeSWITCH! Rayo! JRuby! Speed!

This is a big week for the Adhearsion community. We’re announcing a total of three new releases: Adhearsion 2.4.0, Punchblock 2.0.0 (our abstraction layer) and Matrioska 0.1.0 (our in-call apps wrapper). Those are very round numbers, but what do they mean, and why is this exciting? tl;dr So, what will I get from Adhearsion 2.4? […]

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 […]

Bringing Rayo to Reality

We first started talking publicly about Rayo at AdhearsionConf 2011, at the same time as we were talking about building the then-new Adhearsion 2.0. Rayo was announced as a 3PCC (third-party call control) API based on XMPP that not only was to be an open standard, but have open-source implementations from top to bottom. We’ve […]