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Telegraph bridges web and voice. It brings MVC to voice applications and voice to web applications leveraging the rails framework and FreeSWITCH. Check out the getting started guide at: http://developer.idapted.com/plugins/telegraph

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freeswitch rails ror ruby rubyonrails sip voice voip

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