Last week, we released a new version of NuGram IDE. In addition to supporting UTF-16 and UTF-8 with byte-order mark (BOM), the free Basic Edition also comes with a new licensing scheme. Was does this mean for you? Well, simply that you will have to request a new license file every 90 days. The installation […]
Monthly Archives: May 2011
(This post has nothing to do with speech technologies or IVR applications. It’s merely a discussion on an implementation detail I described at the Erlang Montreal meetup and it’s rather technical.) In my previous post about my talk at the Erlang Montreal meetup, slide 15 briefly outlines how session timeouts are implemented in NuGram Hosted Server. […]
The Nu Echo team is pleased to announce the availability of NuGram IDE 2.3.0. This new release features full support for UTF-16 and UTF-8 with byte-order mark (BOM) and fixes a number of problems with non-European languages. The free Basic Edition is available at the usual location.
Last week at the first Erlang Montreal meetup, I gave a talk on what we’ve learned at Nu Echo developing the NuGram Hosted Server in Erlang. I just put the slides from the presentation on SlideShare. Here they are: Erlang at Nu Echo from Nu Echo Inc. View more presentations from Nu Echo Inc..
Ever wondered how to instrument an existing application for use with the NuBot IVR Testing Platform? My colleague Pascal wrote a helper function in Groovy for easy instrumentation of applications built using the Tropo Scripting API. The trick is to define a closure encapsulating the playing of DTMF sequences (these sequences are required in order […]
At Nu Echo, we’ve been developing and refining our own VoiceXML application framework for years now. As part of our nth rewrite (and I’ll talk more about that rewrite and why we did it in another post), we decided to experiment with CouchDB. (For those new to CouchDB, it’s a schema-less document-oriented database. A so-called NoSQL […]