Nimblevox Build User's Guide


Table of Contents

1 Introduction
1.1 Identification
1.2 Supported Browsers
1.3 System Overview
1.4 Document Overview
1.5 References
2 Screen Layout and Features
2.1 Move Canvas
2.2 Adjust Display Size of Nodes
2.3 Pages
3 Nodes
3.1 Prompt
3.2 Record
3.3 Play Tone
3.4 DTMF Detect
3.5 Custom VXML
3.6 Answering Machine Detect
3.7 Assign Variables
3.8 Switch
3.9 Condition
3.10 Increment Variable
3.11 Math
3.12 Date
3.13 String
3.14 Timer
3.15 Javascript
3.16 Start Service
3.17 Incoming Call
3.18 Outdial
3.19 Join Connections
3.20 Unjoin
3.21 Conference
3.22 Disconnect
3.23 Email
3.24 HTTP Request
3.25 Send Event
3.26 Receive Event
3.27 Billing Log
3.28 Comment
3.29 Go To
3.30 Target
3.31 Write to Log
3.32 Fork
3.33 End
4 Create Application
4.1 Add Node
4.2 Configure Node
4.3 Delete Node
4.4 Clone Node
4.5 Copy/Move/Extract Multiple nodes
4.6 Move Node
4.7 Connect Nodes
4.8 Return to Connection Source
5 Menu Button
5.1 Deploy
5.2 Edit
5.3 Settings
5.4 Prompts
5.5 Share/Export
5.6 Soft Phone
6 Build Processes

1 Introduction

1.1 Identification

This document is for administrators of the Nimblevox Build system.

1.2 Supported Browsers

Nimblevox Build can be used on any browser.

1.3 System Overview

Nimblevox Build is a powerful graphical development environment that allows anyone to create cutting edge Voice and Speech applications. These applications are put together by interconnecting Nodes which represent actual VXML and CCXML syntax. Build's easy to use drag and drop interface means a developer can go from idea to implementation in a short time frame. Whether you are building the simple "Hello World" program or a complex "Conference" production application, Nimblevox Build will generate all the necessary syntax for you.

1.4 Document Overview

This document contains screen shots and instructions on how to use Build.

1.5 References

Nimblevox Engine Advisory Reference

Nimblevox Engine Application Developer Reference

Nimblevox Engine Console Guide