TADHack will run concurrently over multiple locations. Join one of the locations listed or take part remotely, it’s up to you.
Use the developer resources provided by our sponsors to create your hack. You should also read the hackathon rules. GOOD LUCK and Learn, Share, Code, and Create!
TADHack-mini IIT RTC will run right before the IIT RTC Conference in October with a focus on IoT (Internet of Things) and next generation emergency services (NG911). The winners will pitch to the main conference, a mix of industry leaders, academics, telcos and vendors.
This mini hackathon focused on WebRTC with winners pitching to the Global WebRTC Summit. A big thank you to everyone involved for making TADHack mini London such an amazing event! 98 registrations, 70 people attending over 2 days onsite and remotely, 18 world-class hacks generated!
TADHack is here to help you discover the latest ways to add communications to your application, services and business processes.
With 2 mini hackathons plus a main June event that will run concurrently across multiple locations globally, you will have every opportunity to join in.
Anyone can join, even if you are physically not there. TADHack will be live-streamed, enabling teams to compete remotely.
Sign up for the Hackathon / Showcase and get a chance to win $25,000 in prize money and over $5,000 in prizes for the best ideas across the telecom application development themes.
We had close to 700 global registrations, 60+ hacks generated across Madrid and 5 satellites – Sri Lanka, Philippines, Malaysia, Pune India, Chicago USA, and your own home – and 126 simultaneous viewings of the live streamed event.
WebRTC Server Example: A sample web application that uses APIdaze audio/video conference bridge accessible from the web using WebRTC and the PSTN (using a simple HTTP/REST with cURL).
WebRTC Audio Stats Sample App: A sample web application that shows how to gather RTCP statistics from APIdaze WebRTC audio bridge, very useful to monitor the quality of the underlying network connection.
WebRTC Call Monitor App: Monitor incoming calls placed to a DID from a web application without using SIP nor XMPP. Here, the Google Channel API is used as the signaling channel, and the presented incoming call can be answered directly from the browser using WebRTC.
Go to Dialogic’s TADHack 2015 Landing Page for the most up-to-date developer resources.
Dialogic is offering a number of pre-configured Amazon Web Services (AWS) instances to help get you going in minutes. These instances include an optional Telestax integration. Contact Vince Puglia to get set up with an instance and a personalized quick-start.
The reference Matrix Web Client already supports WebRTC, so an idea for a hack would be to use or take inspiration from this code in your application. Please feel free to ask questions and chat to the matrix team in the official Matrix HQ chatroom!
We will award a Parrot Bebop Drone to the two best hacks using Matrix – we are eager to see your ideas and implementations!
Call tracking technologies are popular because inbound calls are the most lucrative type of lead. They are the sales reps’ most favorite kind of lead, and therefore the marketers most valuable measure to generate and track.
A couple of ideas for apps:
– WordPress plugin shortcode that renders a unique phone number for the web page its used on. Calls to such phone numbers will be tracked and correlated to their corresponding web page in Google Analytics.
Tropo Sandbox: Sign up and get access to the free Tropo sandbox to play with the Tropo API.
Tropo Support: There are several methods to get help on Tropo, whether you need best practice suggestions, answers to general how to questions/code problems or help brainstorming a solution to a unique problem you’re trying to solve.