Sunday, December 7, 2008

Getting Up and Running With Adhearsion

As many of you know, I'm extremely interested in developing applications that use the open source telephony project called Asterisk. You also might know that I'm a HUGE fan of the open source project started by Jay Phillips called Adhearsion. It aims to make developing VoIP applications in Asterisk, object oriented, easier to maintain, integrates with Rails and makes the process of developing VoIP applicatons FUN once again.

In this screencast, I show how you can get up and running with Adhearsion in a just a 10 minutes. Sit back and I hope you enjoy the presentation. Please let me know if there are other screencasts in the area of new technology that you might be interested in learning more about. I have a lot f fun doing these (when I have the time) and have a few sample applications (one of the them is a click-to-call service), which I'm planning to do screencast on this the coming weeks. Enjoy!

4 comments:

Ted said...

Interesting screencast, thanks Justin.

Sorry I won't be able to be at the GUM meeting tomorrow night, hopefully you'll have some slides/material to post to your blog after you present.

Anonymous said...

Hi,

thank you very much. Your two video tutorial were very helpful and interesting!!!

thanks
jan

Localtone, LLC said...

Hi Jan,
Thanks! I'm glad you enjoyed it. Please let me know if you have ideas on other video tutorials that might be helpful. Enjoy Adhearsion!
Justin

Localtone, LLC said...

Hi Ted,
If you want to see the slides from my presentation at the Groovy Users of Minnesota meeting (GUM), they can be found here:

http://www.slideshare.net/justingrammens/gumvoip