Restcomm API

CPaaS Prepaid Billing (AAA)

Providing real-time billing to your communication platform as a service (CPaaS) customers is critical, as it ensures that everyone pumps traffic within the authorized limits. Centralized and real-time charging expands your selling possibilities and decreased your risk of fraud by a significant percentage.

In this blog post, we’ll go over how to use TelecomsXChange (TCXC) as a realtime Authentication, Authorization, Accounting (AAA or Triple A) for your Restcomm cloud CPaaS platform.

How To Use TCXC as Prepaid CPaaS Billing?

TCXC can provide your sub-accounts on Restcomm cloud with realtime prepaid charging leveraging Restcomm Bring Your Own Carrier (BYOC) feature. This feature allows you to route each sub-account to a a specific SIP or SMPP profile.

Let’s say you want sub-account AC12348xxxx for (Enterprise A) to go through prepaid billing before the message or voice call is finally sent out, in a few steps you’re able to achieve this:

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Restcomm Launches SMS Support for Microsoft Teams

SMS Support for Microsoft Teams by Restcomm

On January 21, 2019. Restcomm announced in this blog post that SMS enablement is coming to Microsoft Teams using the Restcomm CPaaS Platform open-source connector for MS Teams which is also available on GitHub for community collaboration.

Microsoft Teams is a platform that combines workplace chat, meetings, notes and attachments. The service integrates with the company’s Office 365 subscription office productivity suite, including Microsoft Office and Skype, and features extensions that can integrate with none-Microsoft products.

Restcomm is a CPaaS (Communication Platform as a Service) Enablement Platform running in the cloud, it provides a developer-friendly RESTful API (Application Programming Interface) and a no-code visual designer to build real-time Voice, Messaging applications in minutes.

For early access or more details on Restcomm SMS enablement for Microsoft Teams, please check out the full blog post here.

How to add 2FA (Two Factor Authentication) to Apps in 2 Simple Steps!

2FA tutorial for developers

This tutorial will walk you through the steps of setting up your own two-factor authentication service in two simple steps.

1. We send the user the Verification Code

User receives the one-time PIN code via SMS, gets back to your application and enters it in order to complete the verification process. Verifying the code is simple and requires basic authorization that includes your account SID and auth token

2. Verify User Entered the correct Verification Code:

Having trouble adding 2FA to your mobile or web application ? Contact support@telecomsxchange.com for free help.

Day 2 – Smart Notifier @ Aspire Hackathon. We Won !

Aspire Smart Hackathon – Amman, Jordan

From ideas to production in two days !

We had a stressful yet amazing 2nd day at Aspire Smart Hackathon, we spent our day finalizing the pitch deck, making final touches to IOS and Android app and final algorithm changes to improve pulling data from Twitter API to demonstrate how software can notify us about urgent content from big data sources like Twitter API.

While pitching the ideas we took this great photo showing the facial expressions of the judges, that was an amazing moment.

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Building Smart Notifier @ Aspire Smart Hackathon

Building Real-time Emergency Dispatcher System (Smart Notifier) (Day 1 at Aspire Smart Hackathon)

First I want to personally thank Aspire and ZINC team for putting this really nice Hackathon together. It was really fun today on building a new team of smart IOS, Android and UI engineers to build the idea, “Smart Notifier” an emergency dispatcher system that utilizes the latest and greatest technologies such as CPaaS APIs to provide real-time emergency notifications via SMS, Voice, Push to the right people at the right time along with accurate location coordinates using big data APIs like Twitter, Google to detect and dispatch notifications automatically. .

The idea of Smart Notifier to plug into Big data source (e.g Twitter, Facebook) and or any data source to automatically detect emergencies and notify the right person in the right area at the right time using SMS, Voice, Push, Email and others channels.

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