[Freeswitch-users] simple fs commands taking inputs from a webpage

Anthony Minessale anthony.minessale at gmail.com
Tue Apr 29 06:21:41 PDT 2008

The correct answer is "take your pick"

Every mechanism you described is a thin layer on top of the same core code
so they all work the same way.
The FSAPI interface is designed to be connected to any lightweight control

With all the time you saved not having to wrestle with a solution to your
goals, maybe you can collaborate with the guys on irc and develop your PHP
event socket code into a robust library that everyone can use and we can
check it into tree and give you all commit access to it.

On Tue, Apr 29, 2008 at 4:37 AM, Cavalera Claudio Luigi <
Claudio.Cavalera at italtel.it> wrote:

> Hello,
> I'm trying to realize a demo for this use case:
> 1) a user inserts two sip users (e.g. 1001 and 1002) into a web page
> 2) fs calls the users (already registered to fs) and bridge them
> I've succeeded to achieve 2) by a mix of commands such as:
> originate sofia/default/1001% & park()
> originate sofia/default/1002% & park()
> show channels
> uuid_bridge uuid1001 uuid1002
> it works so well!
> Now concerning a robust (yet simple :-) method to achieve 1) :
> which interface should I use?
> # mod_event socket
> # mod_xmpp event
> # mod_xml_rpc socket
> # any of the scripting interfaces such as mod_perl, mod_spidermonkey,
> mod_python, etc.
> and which server side technology do you suggest to implement the bit of
> logic (e.g. PHP or Perl with apache, Java with Tomcat)
> At the moment I'm going to write some PHP to talk directly with
> mod_event socket, but any hints are welcome! :-)
> Thanks a lot,
> Claudio
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