Category Archives: Developer

RestComm Client iOS SDK update – Now on the Simulator!

With iOS Device support already in place, this iteration comes to add the iOS simulator in our RestComm Client library! We were able to use the simulator to do whatever we did with a device in the previous iteration (calls -without media for now- instant messages, etc) That means even users without an actual iOS device … Continue reading RestComm Client iOS SDK update – Now on the Simulator!

John Senay presenting Restcomm/RVD on VUC510: October 10, 2014

The Internet of Things (IoT) is the interconnection of uniquely identifiable embedded computing devices within the existing Internet infrastructure. Typically, IoT is expected to offer advanced connectivity of devices, systems, and services that goes beyond machine-to-machine communications (M2M) and covers a variety of protocols, domains, and applications. The interconnection of these embedded devices (including smart objects), is expected to usher in automation … Continue reading John Senay presenting Restcomm/RVD on VUC510: October 10, 2014

RestComm facilitates Internet of Things (IoT) to human communications

RestComm is a next generation cloud communications platform to rapidly build voice, video, and messaging applications, using mainstream development skills. This week John Senay demonstrates how RestComm facilitates real time communications between smart connected devices and humans responsible for decision making. The Internet of Things refers to the growing number of devices that are connected to the Internet, enabling them … Continue reading RestComm facilitates Internet of Things (IoT) to human communications

How to setup from scratch an IoT device under $100 that sends SMS to users

In a recent demo for the VoIP User Conference, John Senay showed an Electric Imp smart device that connects via WiFi to the Internet and sends programmable event triggers to an associated agent in the cloud to Restcomm. The cloud hosted agent for the device is then scripted to execute further intelligent tasks. The IMP device costs under $100 and is a prime representative of … Continue reading How to setup from scratch an IoT device under $100 that sends SMS to users

Meet the TADHack Winners

We have 3 TADHack winners joining us at TADSummit.  As discussed in the TAD Manifesto telecom application developers are a critical part of the TAD Ecosystem.  Their attendance balances the discussions across the conference.  Work stream 3 is dedicated to showcasing their talent. We have developers in attendance from around the world including arx.net and … Continue reading Meet the TADHack Winners

Building a Car Repair IVR Solution with Restcomm

This week we will present a new Restcomm application example targeting the automotive industry. The fully functional application is available for trial and download. ABCauto is a car repair business and the manager wants a solution that will help him manage customer’s appointments. He has this list of requirements He would like customers to be able to make … Continue reading Building a Car Repair IVR Solution with Restcomm

Work Stream Review

TADSummit is focused on building an essential component of the Telecoms industry, the telecom application developer ecosystem that creates new services and customer value to address the revenue decline from the commoditization of voice and messaging. Only by working together can we make this happen and drive new revenues into the industry. The sponsors, partners, developers … Continue reading Work Stream Review

Work Stream 3 Kickoff (IPR and Service Innovation)

For those of us who are in the business of building things.  Where “things” are primarily apps and services. Of course, telecommunications APIs now offer a ready base from which to form or realise our visions. Being able to use networks and network resources as programmable entities, rather than as simply accessible services, opens up a … Continue reading Work Stream 3 Kickoff (IPR and Service Innovation)

Mojo Lingo Guest Post, The Voice of the Telecom Application Developer

Guest post from Ben Klang of Mojo Lingo on the Telecom Apps Ecosystem from a developer’s perspective. At Mojo Lingo, we build voice applications that work like magic. That means we’re focused on one thing: happy users communicating effortlessly in real-time. Today I want to talk about the Telecom App landscape from our perspective, as … Continue reading Mojo Lingo Guest Post, The Voice of the Telecom Application Developer