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NameWeb 2.0 Phone Home: Rapid Development of Telecom-Enabled Web Applications
DescriptionThese are the slides from the JavaOne 2009 presentation by Greg Bond and Tom Smith where they introduced the Converge framework for rapid development of converged (telecom + web) applications. Abstract: "New open standards and open-source software let you add telecom capabilities, such as clicking a button to launch a phone call or automatically answering a call and forwarding it, to your Web applications. This session, for Web developers with no telecom background who want to add telecom capabilities to their Web applications and for telecom service developers looking to simplify development of their applications, provides a detailed look at how to rapidly develop telecom-enabled Web applications with open-source tools. It shows how the ECharts for SIP Servlets (E4SS) framework and the KitCAT test tool simplify development of telecom components based on the SIP Servlet standard. Telecom components rarely stand alone, so the session shows how easy it is to integrate telecom components with Web applications, using the Grails Web application framework as an example. Finally, it shows how the resulting converged application can be deployed on the SailFin Servlet container, a Servlet container built atop the Java™ Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE platform) technology-based GlassFish™ application server container."
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