A while back Dominique Boucher, the CTO of Nu Echo, contributed to a guest post on our blog demonstrating how simple it was to create an IM (Instant Messaging) chat application using the PhonoSDK and Tropo. Most people still think of Phono as a web phone, but it’s so much more!
Aaron Parecki of GeoLoqi fame recently used the PhonoSDK to demonstrate moving a map pin on a user’s browser session via an XMPP-based IM chat! This is a great demonstration of how the PhonoSDK can be used for non-communications applications.
In addition to being able to place and receive SIP-based phone calls to and from our browser using PhonoSDK, you can also use it to interact with XMPP-based IM clients such as GTalk and Jabber using jQuery.
If you’re reading this, you’ve probably heard the buzz around the new product from Voxeo Labs. We launched Phono SDK at the jQuery Conference last week. Thanks to everyone for the support leading up to the launch; it was a great success!