[erlang-questions] Calling my computer from my cell
Thu Nov 3 14:56:33 CET 2011
Instead of making a voice call to your server, you can also think
about initiating a TCP/SSH data connection to your server from your
smartphone. The smartphone acts like a remote client, then you can do
whatever you want. Your server can locate in your home, your company.
Of course you need to have a NAT/Firewall traversal solution. Erlang
can play a very good role on this solution. If you are interested,
please contact me offline.
On Wed, Nov 2, 2011 at 3:56 PM, Tim Watson <watson.timothy@REDACTED> wrote:
> I've not seen twilio, but it looks pretty cool. I've seen (and heard about)
> this sort of idea a few times before but never come across a proper
> implementation of it, so I'll go have a look.
> On 1 November 2011 22:48, Gordon Guthrie <gordon@REDACTED> wrote:
>> Write a twilio client in Erlang:
>> On 1 November 2011 22:16, Yves S. Garret <yoursurrogategod@REDACTED>
>>> Hey guys,
>>> I was just thinking, purely hypothetical, I would love to have an app
>>> that I can have running on my server that if I dial a specific number, I can
>>> change the state of that app (or set something in a database or edit a
>>> file.) This is just a simple 'why not?' project to put a smirk on my face.
>>> However, I'm not sure even where to begin... if someone could point me in
>>> the right direction, I would really appreciate it. By the way, I live in
>>> the US. Do I need to register my own phone number? How about just a
>>> land-line going into my apartment? Can OTP play a role here?
>>> Yeah, going in this direction with eyes wide open and completely
>>> unaware of what I'm going to run into :-) . Any help is appreciated.
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