Showing posts from October, 2012

Progress on Tropo Integration in VoiceModel

We are making progress on the Tropo integration in VoiceModel.   This will allow applications developed in VoiceModel to run as VoiceXML applications or Tropo applications without any changes.  All you have to do is change your application URL in the platform configuration.  So if you deploy your application at http://myServer/myApp  and  have a VoiceModel controller called myController then the starting URL set in Tropo would be http://myServer/myApp/my/StartTropo.  That is all there is to getting your Tropo application running.

We are going through the sample applications and using them as a test bed.  Just finished the WeatherVoice example which asks the caller to enter their zip code, retrieves the weather conditions for the area from a service, and voices the data back.  Give it a try by getting the latest version in source control. You can run WeatherVoice on either Voxeo's Prophecy IVR (in the cloud or on premise), on any VoiceXML compatible IVR, or on Voxeo's Tropo ser…

VoiceModel Supports ASP.NET MVC 4

The latest release of VoiceModel allows developers to easily create VoiceXML applications using ASP.NET MVC 4.  Previously VoiceModel only worked with ASP.NET MVC 3. In addition, all of the projects now open in Visual Studio 2012.

Is there a new feature you would like to see in VoiceModel. You can add feature requests or vote on existing feature requests on the VoiceModel Project Site in the Issue Tracker.