Passing Parameters in VoicePHP Written on February 28, 2009, by coder.
Passing parameters to an application is an important feature of any OS or programming language. It allows creating dynamic applications which can respond to the custom inputs. For example, in voice programming context, creating a common IVR which can serve to two different customers while maintaining the same code base. Again, this is where VoicePHP has [...]
Back-end driven VoicePHP application Written on January 27, 2009, by coder.
All practical applications need to use the data on the back-end to drive certain aspect of the application behavior. For voice based interaction, it can be quite easily done in VoicePHP.
Diagram below shows a typical application flow.
Key steps to look at:
User interacts with the VoicePHP script.
VoicePHP script interacts with the back-end**.
Back-end does a database lookup and [...]
Voice Twitter – Access your tweets over phone – Part I Written on January 21, 2009, by coder.
Do you Twitter? Would’t it be convenient to hear and reply back to tweets using your phone? Here is the code that makes it all possible.
Create your first IVR application using VoicePHP Written on January 18, 2009, by coder.
In this example, we will show you how easy it is to implement an IVR application using VoicePHP in merely a few lines of code. The code is commented and self explanatory. Leave us a comment if you have any questions.
Hello world! – First VoicePHP Application Written on January 15, 2009, by admin.
Welcome to VoicePHP!!!
In the tradition of demonstrating a “hello world” application, this script shows how to speak hello world using VoicePHP. Simple, eh?