SureVoIP is looking for more people to join their fun-loving but hard-working team. You’ll be working on a wide range of Open Source technologies and providing a level of support to their clients that leads them to make comments such as, “Superb advice and excellent, friendly service from people who really care.”
Please see the following for more details:
Linux and VoIP Support Assistant Job, Aberdeen
No agencies please.
We have created a new Add On page to list add ons that use the SureVoIP API.
BETA – The first official addon from SureVoIP is the SureVoIP Browser Plugin which works on:
- Google Chrome
- Microsoft Internet Explorer
- Apple Safari
- Mozilla Firefox
It allows you to “Click to Call” any number on the page and send SMS messages.
You can find it on the Google Chrome App store under SureVoIP Browser Plugin or directly download using the links below.
SureVoIP Browser Plugin download for:
For those of you that are developers, the source code for the plugin is available via the SureVoIP-Browser-Plugin GitHub repository so you can learn how to create your own plugins using the SureVoIP API. This is developed using the Crossrider framework.
I will be doing a talk about the SureVoIP API on Thursday 20th March at Aberdeen TechMeetup:
Aberdeen TechMeetup: SureVoIP API
14th Mar 2013 by bruce
Gavin will take you through the lifecycle of the SureVoIP API including:
* Why it was needed; internal use, partners and customers
* The technologies chosen
* Parts outsourced and released under an Open Source license
* Current uses and “Apps”
The SureVoIP icon is now a registered trademark! We got our cert today. The one for the word SureVoIP is coming!