[Freeswitch-users] OpenVXML

Anthony Minessale anthmct at yahoo.com
Wed Dec 20 13:32:09 PST 2006

That's good to know cos when I first encuntered vxml and got to the
point where I found out I had to buy all the editors I said 
"oh well I guess I'll have to wait for someone to make a free editor before I try this"

But if there is a freely available development tool for it, it makes the idea of
making a vxml parser more interesting.

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----- Original Message ----
From: Tyler <tyler at openmethods.com>
To: freeswitch-users at lists.freeswitch.org.
Cc: Tim Barnes <tim at openmethods.com>
Sent: Wednesday, December 20, 2006 1:25:09 PM
Subject: [Freeswitch-users] OpenVXML

Hello Everyone....
 If you are building VoiceXML applications, you should check out openVoiceXML, the only open source visual development tool for VoiceXM
OpenVXML is an open source GUI-Based IVR application development tool. The tool consists of an application designer (Visio-like) and a runtime that dynamically generates VoiceXML. 
OpenVXML is currently licensed under the Eclipse Public License and can be found under the VTP project on Eclipse.org.I
There is a very helpful mailing list, documentation, and flash tutorials to assist you in getting started with the tool (links below).
(Mailing List)
(Flash Tutorials)
Listed below are 5 good reasons to check out OpenVXML
1) The openVXML media system allows developers to build branded media libraries with minimal effort that are simple to maintain. The development tool also supports inheritance between brands, which allows developers to do very little work when building multiple applications that are functionally similar, but require different caller experiences, such as when a retail application needs needs to support multiple lines of business (business and cosumer).
2) The framework provides built-in modules that support database reads and web service invocations without requiring custom coding.
3) Developers can extend the openVXML framework with custom modules to perform specific back-end integration methods like message bus, complex VUI tasks, or anything else possible in the Java language.
4)The framework contains an abstraction layer that allows it to be customized for any possible voice platform; it even has the ability to run on multiple VXML platforms concurrently, running against the same application.  The runtime server and designer have been used with the Genesys Voice Portal (GVP, Voxeo's Prophecy, VoxPilot, BeVocal and OpenVXi.
 5) The openVXML Studio exports Java web applications that run on any Java Servlets 2.3 compatible server, allowing users to deploy on anything from single Tomcat instances to massive clusters of WebLogic servers.
Because the designer is Eclipse based, you can run it on Windows, MacOS, and most flavors of Linux.
Feedback is greatly appreciated.  Please let m know what you think of the tool.
Tyler VanWinkle
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