The Respoke Android SDK by Respoke offers straightforward resources to integrate voice, video, and text features into applications. The aim is to improve real time communication for client satisfaction. Available installation with a link to download the JAR file, test cases with seven steps to follow, and web test bot with endpoint ID to either load an HTML file from Chrome or run in a local server. Jason Adams is the developer who recently authored on GitHub.
OnSIP is a business VoIP service that uses SIP to provide end users the ability to make unconventional phone calls in a very conventional way: picking up a desk phone and dialing a number. Crank open the hood, and you’ll find that SIP technologies operate a lot like Google [Services] while behaving more like a Verizon [Telco]. The OnSIP & Highrise Click-To-Call mashup, for example, is a new Chrome extension that highlights how phone service as a software opens the gates to smarter business solutions.
Ericsson has released a study that provides insights from a number of leading telecom service providers on how they are engaging and positioning themselves in the IoT market. Most of the service providers interviewed are relying on standards and open APIs to enable third-party development.
Twitter has started early beta testing for a new User Streams API. Currently the service is just for desktop clients, but it could eventually fuel other types of applications that need access to data in realtime. Similarly, the stream concept may be one we see used by other services.