PortaOne and WebTrit team up to deliver SDK for rapid creation of communication apps by telcos and SaaS developers.
While open-source software projects like Linux, Apache or Kubernetes became the cornerstones of the modern Internet infrastructure it seems that the world of user-facing mobile applications still lives in the “dark ages” of isolation. WebTrit challenges this with the release of open-source voice and video mobile apps – can this become the new de-facto standard for building communication apps?
UC Today writes:
“In today’s always-on, work-from-anywhere world, the softphone app is the new ‘must have’. Only problem is, they can be hugely time-consuming and costly to develop.”
Find out how PortaOne and WebTrit have combined skills and expertise to deliver a better solution: a bespoke, white-label in-app dialler that doesn’t break the bank.
It is the first dialler of its kind to
- offer full and free source code access, so front-end functionality and UI can be easily customized by in-house developers
- provide the cloud back-end via a SaaS subscription, which takes care of connecting calls to the world of actual telephony and VoIP operators
- enable push notifications, so the app can be closed to save the battery life most of the time – and only “wake up” upon inbound call
- and many other things such as contact synchronization.
Developers – follow the link to access the source code of WebTrit mobile app.
Learn more by checking out the full story on UC Today.