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Tropo How-to's

NameDescription 
Asking For Input Tropo example that creates a phone application that requires simple input.  
Changing the Default Timeout How to change the default timeout in Tropo.  
Foursquare voice Check into Foursquare over the phone, using only your voice.  
Groovy Google Reader Assistant Reads your Google Reader stream over the phone. * Stub Tropo-specific calls to allow outside testing * Creation of dynamic grammars * Use of speech and dtmf * Use of prompts that can/cannot be interrupted with speech * Interacts w/Google's API system  
Groovy Traffic Simple Tropo mashup which allows the caller to enter a zipcode and hear a list of traffic incidents provided by Yahoo! Local.  
Hello World Tutorial The most basic Tropo example, it shows a phone application the simply provides a message to the user when called.  
OpenVoice An open source clone of Google Voice. More features, too.  
Python Newsreader Reads the titles from Slashdot's RSS feed.  
Python Yahoo! Weather app for Twitter Asks for a 5-digit zipcode entry, then retrieves and sends weather info from weather.yahooapis.com to a Twitter account.  
Repeating the Question Tropo tutorial that shows how to make a basic phone application with multiple option, responding by repeating the option chosen.  
Ruby Bart ETA Real time estimated arrivals for Bay Area Rapid Transit. Use subject to terms at http://www.bart.gov/dev/schedules/license.htm  
Ruby NBA News Feed Reads the NBA news headlines from the NBA RSS feed.  
Ruby Yahoo! Weather Asks for a 5-digit zipcode entry then retrieves and speaks weather info from weather.yahooapis.com.  
tropo-webapi-ruby A Ruby library for interaction with the Tropo Web API using JSON and REST.  
Twitter By Phone Code Walkthrough Tutorial to connect Twitter and Tropo APIs using Ruby.  
Using Speech Input Instead of Touch-Tone How to use speech input instead of touch-tone input.  
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