Release iPhone/iPod Touch FreeSWITCH Console

fs_logo_57_57 Well, it has been a long battle.  Fought since June 5th, 2009, but at long last Apple has come through and allowed the FreeSWITCH Console application into the app store.

FreeSWITCH is an open source telephony platform designed to facilitate the creation of voice and chat driven products scaling from a soft-phone up to a soft-switch.  It can be used as a simple switching engine, a PBX, a media gateway or a media server to host IVR applications using simple scripts or XML to control the callflow.

So without much further ado, here is the iTunes link: App Store, FreeSWITCH Console.

FreeSWITCH Console Screenshot

The application requires that you have the event socket layer (ESL) module installed in your FreeSWITCH instance.

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  1. #1 by Gary B on August 15th, 2009

    I know it’s been quite a frustrating experience for you… congrats on finally getting over the hurdles and getting this into the store!

  2. #2 by Chris Danielson on August 17th, 2009

    Thanks! It has been a rough one. Still struggling with the “other” application. Just got a call from the famous “Richard” over at Apple. I’ll probably blog it in the next few days after my blood stops boiling.

  3. #3 by William Traenkle on February 25th, 2010

    Well done! Just curious … what is your “other” app? Is it related to freeSWITCH?

  4. #4 by Javier Aristizábal on April 17th, 2010

    Mr. Chris. Could you share the source please?

    Many thanks

  5. #5 by Chris Danielson on April 19th, 2010

    This is a great question! I’m more than happy to share the source code. It’s a total mess, you know how a first-write is. It will need some serious cleanup. I’m thinking to post the code over in the Google code repositories. Are you a developer with the FreeSWITCH group?

    Though I’m not a big advocate of the iPad, I think the console application would be cool on that device.


  6. #6 by Chris Danielson on April 19th, 2010

    The source is now uploaded to the Google Code project.


  7. #7 by Javier Aristizábal on April 19th, 2010

    Many Thanks Chris 🙂


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