[Freeswitch-dev] [Freeswitch-users] Push server and push capability
prasd.d.b at gmail.com
Sat Jul 28 10:27:55 MSD 2012
I agree its best done as a module as opposed to core.
It says, "RubyFS does not provide any features beyond connection
management and protocol parsing. "
It has to somehow use c2dm or (something close to that) in order to support it.
It would be great to really see that FS + Csipsimple together have this working.
On 7/26/12, Ben Langfeld <ben at langfeld.co.uk> wrote:
> You could, and probably should, implement this as an inbound event socket
> listener, rather than in FS core. You could do it in....ruby?
> Happy hacking.
> Ben Langfeld
> On 26 July 2012 23:17, Prasd D <prasd.d.b at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I was searching and came across this amazing jira request for push
>> server capability.
>> This is exactly what I felt too, except didn't delve or earlier
>> understand how to achieve this.
>> This guy has identified very much what is really needed to be able to
>> use it on smartphones.
>> And suggests that Freeswitch and Csipsimple together show this
>> capability where an incoming call or voicemail to a user using
>> Csipsimple is notified through push notification. That starts
>> Csipsimple (which is otherwise turned off) on his phone.
>> This is a huge huge and amazingly useful thing since no one keeps
>> their voip client on their phones on due to power consumption and
>> battery drain !
>> This I think is the future of VOIP since smartphones are going to
>> become soon huge % of voip clients.
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