EppsNet Archive: EppsNet Labs

EppsNet Labs: Glider

 

Here’s a really simple gliding tabs demo using glider.js, which is downloadable here. As you can see from the really simple code below, you could do something pretty nice with this without too much extra effort. Glider is dependent on the Prototype and Scriptaculous libraries, both of which are included in the glider download, as is the required stylesheet. Read more →

EppsNet Labs: VoiceXML RSS Reader

 

The Big Picture We’re going to build application that takes RSS data — specifically the EppsNet.com feed — as input, and outputs a VXML file that can be read and spoken by a VoiceXML browser. The RSS Source Format The general structure of the EppsNet feed — or any RSS 2.0 feed — looks like this: Each item within the RSS feed has a format that looks (slightly simplified) like this: VXML Output Consult the VoiceXML 2.1 specification for more details, but the output we want will look like this: What this will do when processed by a VoiceXML browser is: Say the title of the RSS feed. Offer the listener a numbered list of post titles to select from. Parse the user’s selection, by either voice or touch-tone input. Read out the selected post summary. Clear the input variable and offer the opportunity to select another item. Generating VoiceXML… Read more →

EppsNet Labs: The 99 Most Interesting Photos of Orange County, California

 

You can see them here. Read more →