Monthly Archives: April 2022
“Everything has beauty, but not everyone sees it.” Confucius These days, my programming is all about composability — combining different cloud services into something unique. In my previous two blogs, I combined Google Dialogflow ES and CX natural language processing with SMS text messages. Today, I want to blend image processing from Amazon with multimedia […]
“No matter how good you get you can always get better, and that’s the exciting part.” Tiger Woods In my previous article, I showed you how to integrate Google Dialogflow ES into an Avaya CPaaS text bot. While Dialogflow ES is a great platform for uncomplicated natural language processing (NLP) applications, ES has no concept […]
Every once in a while, a new technology, an old problem, and a big idea turn into an innovation. Dean Kamen In my previous article, Writing a Voice Bot Application Using Avaya CPaaS, I showed you how to use Avaya CPaaS inboundXML elements to create a simple voice bot. Here, I will show you how […]
“Whoever controls the media, controls the mind” Jim Morrison In my recent article, Building Communications Applications With Avaya OneCloud CPaaS, I presented three different ways of how to write an outbound SMS text campaign application. I used an Excel spreadsheet as a “database” and the Avaya CPaaS Send SMS API to send text messages. Almost […]
I need to start with a disclaimer. I strongly dislike robocalls. So much so that I no longer answer my phone if I do not recognize the caller. While that has caused me to miss a few important telephone calls, it has also saved me a tremendous amount of aggravation. Robocalls are also more than […]
“I’m interested in the moment when two objects collide and generate a third. The third object is where the interesting work is.” Bruce Mau In my previous article, Building Communications Applications Using Avaya OneCloud CPaaS, I presented three ways (using two programming language) of how to use Avaya CPaaS to create an outbound SMS text […]
This morning, I will be presenting an IAUG webinar on developing Avaya CPaaS applications. Rather than present an hour of PowerPoint slides, I will live-walk viewers through the steps to build an outbound SMS text campaign application. Actually, I plan on presenting three different ways using two different languages — node.js and Python.