VXML

This contains two simple sample VXML applications that I have been using to test various features of various VXML platforms.
Both make use of javascript, and use the default built-in digit grammars.

NOTE: you may not be able to run these applications directly from this server as it will not send the correct mime type for *.vxml files (ie: application/voicexml+xml) with the response

Credit Card

This application collects 4 pieces of information. Data can be either spoken or entered via the key board.

  1. Invoice Number
  2. Invoice Amount
  3. Credit Card Number
  4. Credit Card Expiry Date
To use this application set the link in your VXML browser to http://www.martin.cc/vxml/CC.vxml

High Low

This is a guessing game.  At the start the computer generates a  2 digit random number,  You take a guess and it then tells you if the number it has is higher or lower than the number you guessed.  It continues on until you guess the correct number 

To use this application set the link in your VXML browser to http://www.martin.cc/vxml/HighLowStart.vxml

Polly

During development of our 'Polly' application (Polly is a vxml receptionist that is able to negotiate an add/move/change to an appointment) we used these simple vxml files to launch the application, and as a destination for call transfers.
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Collect Credit Card Information  13k v. 2 28 Dec 2012, 05:29 Chris Martin
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Sample VXML root document, called from HighLowSTart.vxml  1k v. 2 28 Dec 2012, 05:28 Chris Martin
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High Low Guessing Game  3k v. 2 28 Dec 2012, 05:28 Chris Martin
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URL for transfers  1k v. 2 28 Dec 2012, 05:46 Chris Martin
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Select the vxml server based on the number dialed (dnis)  2k v. 2 28 Dec 2012, 05:49 Chris Martin
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Select the vxml server from a menu  1k v. 2 28 Dec 2012, 05:50 Chris Martin