Voxeo offers three main application platforms for free to developers: CallXML, CCXML, and VoiceXML.
The Prophecy 8.0 – CallXML 3.0 platform allows developers to build robust IVR applications using only static content. CallXML suits the needs of most telephony applications that use touchtone input (DTMF).
The Prophecy 8.0 – CCXML W3C 1.0 platform allows to deploy the next-generation conferencing/call routing applications to ensure that they will stand the test of time.
The Prophecy 8.0 – VoiceXML 2.1platform includes the Voxeo ASR engine (available only in US English) and is the world’s first and only 100% certified-compliant VoiceXML 2.0 browser. The Prophecy Platform supports all the VoiceXML 2.1 additions and enhancements, as well as the SISR/SRGS grammar formatting standards. It also includes legacy support for the older GSL and JSGF grammar formats.
I created an account a few years ago to do my first trials with VoiceXML. Today I updated the account and started with a new HelloWorld test application. The telephone numbers to access the application are the following:
- Skype VoIP : +99000936 9991425592
- SIP VoIP : sip:firstname.lastname@example.org
- iNum Number : +883510001801392
iNum Number from Luxembourg : +352 20880108 p 883510001801392
If calling from a mobile phone (for instance with a BlackBerry) to an iNum number, you have to insert a pause between the local number and the iNum number by using the menu during the number editing.
My first iNum call to the HelloWorld application was succesfully established today at 21h21 with my mobile phone.