Voxeo Labs is extremely excited to announce our latest communications technology called PhonoSDK!
PhonoSDK allows jQuery developers to easily add and style a softphone in any Web browser application and in minutes call any SIP address and receive calls to the SIP address dynamically create onReady. Many web services already speak SIP such as Tropo, Teleku, and Voxeo, platforms. Tropo allows Web developers to build sophisticated telephony applications like banking IVR systems with a simple RESTful Web API that can be controlled by the user’s voice or touch tones from their browser using the PhonoSDK!
Forget about yesterday’s click-to-call apps where you have to enter your phone number into a website to get called back to speak to someone. PhonoSDK now lets you place a call right from the browser directly into your company’s call center or someone else’s browser! Imagine being able to integrate a softphone directly into any existing Web application like Twitter or Salesforce.com. Now you can using PhonoSDK!
We are currently working with the W3C to add microphone controls to the HTML 5 specification. Until this specification is approved and adopted, we have added a small Flash hook to gain control of the microphone. Everything else is controlled by jQuery! Upcoming releases will include Java controls for microphone hooks as well as native bindings for platforms as well as enhanced multi-modal capabilities so stay tuned!
Effectively immediately PhonoSDK is available to download from http://phono.com! The download comes with example code for placing and receiving phone calls and IM chats. Registering on the site will give you access to your very own API key and documentation needed to begin implementing PhonoSDK in your own Web applications.
Upon registration with Phono.com, you may also use your same credentials to log into Tropo (http://tropo.com) to extend your PhonoSDK application even further by attaching a real phone number (local or toll-free) to your softphone and building Voice, SMS, IM, and Twitter enabled communications platforms accessible in the browser.
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