[Freeswitch-users] mod_httapi usage/popular?

Gregor Nanger gregor at infomedia.si
Thu Jan 5 14:49:45 UTC 2023

When we started with FS years ago, we built everything with mod_xml_curl.

After that we've started with mod_httapi and if we would start over, we
would build more logic with mod_httapi. I like it as you can build small
pieces of dialplan and have more control of logic while call progress
through dialplan. In mod_xml_curl you have to build all dialplan, when call
starts, that FS compiles it. You can use transfer, but mod_httapi is more
developer friendly.

We are using mod_httapi in production without problems, but still main
logic is with mod_xml_curl.

If you are using Python, you can write webhooks in Python or in any
language you prefer.

I am also curious how community is using mod_httapi.

BR, Gregor

On Thu, 5 Jan 2023 at 15:08, Adrian Fretwell <adrian at a2es.co.uk> wrote:

> Hello,
> mod_httapi appears to be handy alternative to calling embedded language
> scripts for ad-hoc dialplan interactions.  I can see a lot of potential for
> this, do many people use it?  If you have used it in production would you
> share any experiences good or bad?  Any hints or tips or gotchas to avoid?
> The reason for me asking this, is that I'm having second thoughts about
> using Python and I really don't like Lua.
> Kind regards,
> Adrian Fretwell
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