Developers

Developers

  • How to Develop a WebRTC Video Conferencing Server Using PowerMedia XMS, Free In An Hour

    I’m a telephony guy at heart but with the WebRTC revolution, the line that once clearly divided web versus telephony programmers is quickly vanishing. The acronyms I often referenced like ACD, ISDN and PBX seem to be obsolete and replaced with new...
  • Video Apps for the World Cup

    Thinking about our new Innovator Challenge this year, I was interested by the opportunity for sports-related apps for the FIFA World Cup in South Africa. The football world cup will attract an estimated 350,000 visitors to South Africa during the Summer...
  • PowerMedia XMS Rest Application Development

    If you are a java developer and interested in kicking the tires on PowerMedia XMS's rest api, we have a a java library that was been developed to help streamline proof-of-concepts and trials. Information on the java library is available at: http...
  • Introduction: A Journey to Media Server Enlightenment

    Hello, my name is Dan Wolanski and I am pleased to introduce a new Web Series that I have been working on. In this video series we wil discus various topics surrounding the PowerMedia XMS media server including overviews on developing, testing and...
  • What is XMS? A Journey to Media Server Enlightenment

    An ancient Chinese philosopher once said "A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step" For our journey, I thought there would be no better first step than covering "What is XMS?" In this video I will be explaining...
  • Reference Design Project: High Level Design - A Journey to Media Server Enlightenment

    "Once the product's task is known, design the interface first; then implement to the interface design." - Jef Raskin In this weeks video we will be covering the high level design for our Reference Design Project . We will revisit...
  • Deep Dive into the NETANN Interface - A Journey to Media Server Enlightenment

    “Complex things are easy to do. Simplicity's the real challenge.” - Robert James Waller , The Bridges of Madison County Are you looking to gain access to rich multimedia and conferencing functionality without the need for any...
  • Reference Design Project: Implementing Long Polling - A Journey to Media Server Enlightenment

    "There was something amazingly enticing about programming" - Vint Cerf Today we will be reviewing how long polling is used to deliver XMS REST events. We will start with an overview of polling and long polling. We will also continue...
  • Vintage Computing and Gaming

    This is my first post of 2010 on the Developer blog, so let me first wish you all a Happy New Year! At the end of 2009 I had the opportunity to enjoy some computer industry nostalgia. My first computer was the Jupiter ACE , a machine made by Jupiter...
  • New Features in Brooktrout SDK 6.7.2 - Responding to a changed DIS message

    SDK 6.7.2 is the latest Brooktrout development kit providing feature rich capabilities to our partners. In addition to the normal assortment of bug fixes, 6.7.2 also has added some new features that will be quite useful. I’m going to focus on a...
  • New Features in Brooktrout SDK 6.7.4 - API Support to Monitor Gateway Status

    SDK 6.7.4 is the latest Brooktrout development kit providing feature rich capabilities to our partners. We’ve added some new features that will be quite useful, and I will discuss a few of them on what they do and why they can help you. The previous...
  • The Lost Computers

    I recently visited Bletchley Park in Milton Keynes in the UK, which is famous for code-breaking during World War II. Now it is a museum, but as well as recording the history of code-breaking, it also hosts the National Museum of Computing. Their collection...
  • New Features in Brooktrout SDK 6.7.5 - Ability to Assign SR140 Ports to an Inbound Phone Number

    SDK 6.7.5 is the latest Brooktrout development kit providing feature rich capabilities to our partners. We’ve added some new features that will be quite useful, and I will discuss a couple of them on what they do and why they can help you. We’ve...
  • Burning Rubber, But Not Gas

    The Isle of Man Tourist Trophy , or “TT”, is one of the Worlds most famous and iconic motor races, where the public roads of the island are turned into a motorcycle race track. A 38 mile (61km) course takes bikes around the island at speeds...
  • Moon 40

    On the 20th of this month will be the 40th anniversary of the first Moon landing, Apollo 11, famously taking Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin for man’s first Moon walk. The Lunar Excursion Module (LEM) was fundamentally a simple machine which was...
  • Location Based Services

    If you've ever wondered how network-based Location Based Services (LBS) works, then there's a nice whitepaper available from Dialogic: Adding Location-Based Services to Existing Architectures It gives a nice technology overview, as well as some...
  • New .NET Blog

    Looking at the Scobleizer blog lead me to an interesting looking .NET blog, devlicio.us . It's only just started, but looks like it could be good.
  • VoIP is Better than TDM

    Over on the VoIP Central blog , they talked about a new study from Keynote Systems that says that users rate VoIP quality as being better than traditional landlines. Note that this is perceived quality, measured by means of the mean opinion score (MOS...
  • Happy Birthday FORTRAN

    Well, not quite, I understand the first compiler arrived in 1957, but 49.5 years is still impressive. I've seen quite a few languages during my career so far including FORTRAN, BASICs (too many to name), FORTH, Lisp, Smalltalk, Mumps, Algol 68, PLM...
  • Five Nines

    No, not 45, but 99.999%, a much quoted figure for the uptime of telco systems. In other words, a downtime of less than 6 minutes per year. One of the criticisms that people level of VoIP systems is that they are too complex (software layers, processing...
  • Six Letters Covers Everything

    If you’re looking for the zeitgeist of the IT industry today, you don’t need to look any further than XML and SIP. In just a few years, XML has come from nowhere to being a key way of representing data. You'll find XML inside databases, configuration...
  • On Dijkstra

    I recently stumbled upon an online archive of the writings of E.W.Dijkstra. If you studied computing at university, then his name is probably already familiar. His writings are famous (and somtimes infamous) to computer scientists everywhere; he famously...
  • Now we are one

    Welcome to Dialogic. It feels odd to say that, for me personally after so many years with the Eicon name, but Dialogic is a strong brand in the telecom sector, which we're looking forward to making stronger. Here at the Developer Resource Centre,...
  • Google Codesearch

    I nice tool that just went live at code.google.com is Google Codesearch. Go to www.google.com/codesearch and you can enter a search string to search through a wole library of open source code. For example: diva server lang:"c: Will show you the ISDN4Linux...
  • October Podcast

    A new podcast just went live - just follow the podcasts tab from the main DRC page. This podcast is an interview with James Besley, Senior VP of Sales and Service for Dialogic, where he talks about the launch and goals of Dialogic.