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 […]

Adhearsion Voice Platforms: A Comparison

When I’m at conferences or working with Mojo Lingo clients, I’m often asked about voice application projects that use the Adhearsion framework. I’ve noticed that the majority of newcomers to the Adhearsion community have already chosen the VoIP platform they want to use. While I don’t have exact numbers, anecdotal evidence suggests that more often […]

AdhearsionConf Returns for 2012

We have some exciting news: Not only is AdhearsionConf back for 2012, but we also have a new location. And not just any location: thanks to our friends at AT&T, we will be holding AdhearsionConf in the sweet digs of The Foundry, AT&T’s innovation incubator! Located in downtown Palo Alto, it’s only a short train […]

Adhearsion 2.0: It’s ALIIIIVE!

What a rush!  Today marks another milestone in the Adhearsion project: the release of Adhearsion 2.0.  There has been a fury of activity in the last few days as we have worked hard to update documentation and release a brand new look-and-feel for the Adhearsion website.  We hope you like it. So, with a small […]

Plugins in Adhearsion 2.0 – Part 2

Find Part 1 of this series here. In our exploration of a newly generated plugin, we have so far mostly looked at the facilities Adhearsion 2.0 provides to hook into the framework and your application. It is now time to actually build some new business logic, although it is entirely possible to have a plugin […]