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Ajax Push and the Telephone

06.26.2008
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The telephone is an excellent source of asynchronous events — you never know when it is going to ring. This means that web-based views of the telephony space make for interesting applications of Ajax Push.

Using SailFin and ICEfaces we've put together a very simple call setup demo. It shows when your phone is online and allows you to initiate a call between any two phones just by selecting them and pressing "call".

To run the demo:

  1. Download a recent build of SailFin.
  2. Download the demo binary callsetup.sar.
  3. java -Xmx512m -jar sailfin-installer-v1-b36-darwin.jar
    cd sailfin
    ant -f setup.xml
    bin/asadmin start-domain domain1
    bin/asadmin start-database
    cp callsetup.sar domains/domain1/autodeploy/

  4. Point your SIP phone (such as X-Lite Demo) at a localhost Proxy.
  5. Point your browser at http://localhost:8080/CallSetup/registrations.iface

As phones connect and disconnect, the list in the registrations page will be dynamically updated, showing user presence.

The full source code is available at http://anonsvn.icefaces.org/repo/projects/CallSetup/

Published at DZone with permission of Ted Goddard, author and DZone MVB.

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Comments

Jairo Cortes replied on Tue, 2008/09/16 - 9:42am

Hi Ted,

It's an excellent article. But how to download source code?

 

Greetings

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