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Update (or replace) OpenVBX iPhone mobile app (open source)
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OpenVBX, the open-source PHP web app that Twilio maintains so you can use their telephony services, is great. I use it, like it, recommend it. But while OpenVBX is actively maintained, the iPhone app that works with OpenVBX hasn't been updated in 4 years. It's buggy and lacks some key features. So, I'm willing to pay someone to have it updated and contribute the source code. I'd like credit as a sponsor, of course. Here is the current source code: https://github.com/twilio/OpenVBX-iPhone Here's my list of requirements: 1) Fix bugs for all current features. The thing crashes now when I try to dial, for example. 2) Support international phone numbers (using the "+" sign as the prefix before the country code). The phone call feature in OpenVBX (the PHP web application the iPhone app communicates with) allows you to enter an international number. But where you enter the number that you want the iPhone app to call you at first, it only supports US numbers now. 3) Allow the user to select one of their "devices" (phone numbers OpenVBX will ring you at when someone calls one of your Twilio numbers) to be the number called when placing a call, instead of keying in a number (again, same as the phone call feature in OpenVBX in web browser). 4) Allow the user to switch devices on and off. This is in order to control where the user gets called by OpenVBX. Allowing the list to be re-ordered is a nice to have, but if it's a hassle, it can be skipped. Now, as I am currently using an iPhone, I would be perfectly happy to just have the current source code update and/or forked. However, as I also love Android and other mobile OSes (I am shackled to the iPhone because it's the only one my corporate overlord supports), I would greatly prefer if someone just re-wrote this as a mobile web application that supports multiple phone operating systems (preferably as a plugin to VBX). I might even pay extra for that, if I get a credible proposal. It should support iOS, Android, Windows and Firefox OS (anything more is gravy). I am pretty certain I have left out something important. The winning proposer is sure to ask me lots of questions. Update 1: I downloaded the current source and was able to compile with Xcode 5.1.1 for iOS 6.1 SDK. There are lots of deprecation warnings, but the app no longer seems to crash, at least in the Simulator, so that is a good sign. Update 2: iOS 6.1 for the target SDK, and a universal app, please that could be used in iPhones or iPads of any hardware configuration supported by iOS 6.1 or later. I don't need the interface to be slick, just reasonably easy to use. A natural extension of what is already in place for the features I mentioned is more than adequate. Update 3: Sorry I was not more clear. I only want credit as the sponsor in ADDITION to the selected freelancer(s) getting credit as the developer(s). Update 4: feature # 4 above was added.

OpenVBX, the open-source PHP web app that Twilio maintains so you can use their telephony services, is great. I use it, like it, recommend it. But while OpenVBX is actively maintained, the iPhone app that works with OpenVBX hasn't been updated in 4 years. It's buggy and lacks some key features. So, I'm willing to pay someone to have it updated and contribute the source code. I'd like credit as a sponsor, of course. Here is the current source code: <span class="obscureText" title="Login to see this URL">&nbsp;&nbsp;[obscured]&nbsp;&nbsp;</span>/twilio/OpenVBX-iPhone Here's my list of requirements: 1) Fix bugs for all current features. The thing crashes now when I try to dial, for example. 2) Support international phone numbers (using the &quot;+&quot; sign as the prefix before the country code). The phone call feature in OpenVBX (the PHP web application the iPhone app communicates with) allows you to enter an international number. But where you enter the number that you want the iPhone app to call you at first, it only supports US numbers now. I am pretty certain I h...

Nov 30, 2014

OpenVBX, the open-source PHP web app that Twilio maintains so you can use their telephony services, is great. I use it, like it, recommend it. But while OpenVBX is actively maintained, the iPhone app that works with OpenVBX hasn't been updated in 4 years. It's buggy and lacks some key features. So, I'm willing to pay someone to have it updated and contribute the source code. I'd like credit as a sponsor, of course. Here is the current source code: https://github.com/twilio/OpenVBX-iPhone Here's my list of requirements: 1) Fix bugs for all current features. The thing crashes now when I try to dial, for example. 2) Support international phone numbers (using the "+" sign as the prefix before the country code). The phone call feature in OpenVBX (the PHP web application the iPhone app communicates with) allows you to enter an international number. But where you enter the number that you want the iPhone app to call you at first, it only supports US numbers now. 3) Allow the user to select one of their "devices" (phone numbers OpenVBX will ring you at when someone calls one of your Twilio numbers) to be the number called when placing a call, instead of keying in a number (again, same as the phone call feature in OpenVBX in web browser). Now, as I am currently using an iPhone, I would be perfectly happy to just have the current source code update and/or forked. However, as I also love Android and other mobile OSes (I am shackled to the iPhone because it's the only one my corporate overlord supports), I would greatly prefer if someone just re-wrote this as a mobile web application that supports multiple phone operating systems (preferably as a plugin to VBX). I might even pay extra for that, if I get a credible proposal. It should support iOS, Android, Windows and Firefox OS (anything more is gravy). I am pretty certain I have left out something important. The winning proposer is sure to ask me lots of questions. Update 1: I downloaded the current source and was able to compile with Xcode 5.1.1 for iOS 6.1 SDK. There are lots of deprecation warnings, but the app no longer seems to crash, at least in the Simulator, so that is a good sign. Update 2: iOS 6.1 for the target SDK, and a universal app, please that could be used in iPhones or iPads of any hardware configuration supported by iOS 6.1 or later. I don't need the interface to be slick, just reasonably easy to use. A natural extension of what is already in place for the features I mentioned is more than adequate. Update 3: Sorry I was not more clear. I only want credit as the sponsor in ADDITION to the selected freelancer(s) getting credit as the developer(s).

OpenVBX, the open-source PHP web app that Twilio maintains so you can use their telephony services, is great. I use it, like it, recommend it. But while OpenVBX is actively maintained, the iPhone app that works with OpenVBX hasn't been updated in 4 years. It's buggy and lacks some key features. So, I'm willing to pay someone to have it updated and contribute the source code. I'd like credit as a sponsor, of course. Here is the current source code: https://github.com/twilio/OpenVBX-iPhone Here's my list of requirements: 1) Fix bugs for all current features. The thing crashes now when I try to dial, for example. 2) Support international phone numbers (using the "+" sign as the prefix before the country code). The phone call feature in OpenVBX (the PHP web application the iPhone app communicates with) allows you to enter an international number. But where you enter the number that you want the iPhone app to call you at first, it only supports US numbers now. 3) Allow the user to select one of their "devices" (phone numbers OpenVBX will ring you at when someone calls one of your Twilio numbers) to be the number called when placing a call, instead of keying in a number (again, same as the phone call feature in OpenVBX in web browser). 4) Allow the user to switch devices on and off. This is in order to control where the user gets called by OpenVBX. Allowing the list to be re-ordered is a nice to have, but if it's a hassle, it can be skipped. Now, as I am currently using an iPhone, I would be perfectly happy to just have the current source code update and/or forked. However, as I also love Android and other mobile OSes (I am shackled to the iPhone because it's the only one my corporate overlord supports), I would greatly prefer if someone just re-wrote this as a mobile web application that supports multiple phone operating systems (preferably as a plugin to VBX). I might even pay extra for that, if I get a credible proposal. It should support iOS, Android, Windows and Firefox OS (anything more is gravy). I am pretty certain I have left out something important. The winning proposer is sure to ask me lots of questions. Update 1: I downloaded the current source and was able to compile with Xcode 5.1.1 for iOS 6.1 SDK. There are lots of deprecation warnings, but the app no longer seems to crash, at least in the Simulator, so that is a good sign. Update 2: iOS 6.1 for the target SDK, and a universal app, please that could be used in iPhones or iPads of any hardware configuration supported by iOS 6.1 or later. I don't need the interface to be slick, just reasonably easy to use. A natural extension of what is already in place for the features I mentioned is more than adequate. Update 3: Sorry I was not more clear. I only want credit as the sponsor in ADDITION to the selected freelancer(s) getting credit as the developer(s). Update 4: feature # 4 above was added.

Aug 16, 2014

OpenVBX, the open-source PHP web app that Twilio maintains so you can use their telephony services, is great. I use it, like it, recommend it. But while OpenVBX is actively maintained, the iPhone app that works with OpenVBX hasn't been updated in 4 years. It's buggy and lacks some key features. So, I'm willing to pay someone to have it updated and contribute the source code. I'd like credit as a sponsor, of course. Here is the current source code: https://github.com/twilio/OpenVBX-iPhone Here's my list of requirements: 1) Fix bugs for all current features. The thing crashes now when I try to dial, for example. 2) Support international phone numbers (using the "+" sign as the prefix before the country code). The phone call feature in OpenVBX (the PHP web application the iPhone app communicates with) allows you to enter an international number. But where you enter the number that you want the iPhone app to call you at first, it only supports US numbers now. 3) Allow the user to select one of their "devices" (phone numbers OpenVBX will ring you at when someone calls one of your Twilio numbers) to be the number called when placing a call, instead of keying in a number (again, same as the phone call feature in OpenVBX in web browser). Now, as I am currently using an iPhone, I would be perfectly happy to just have the current source code update and/or forked. However, as I also love Android and other mobile OSes (I am shackled to the iPhone because it's the only one my corporate overlord supports), I would greatly prefer if someone just re-wrote this as a mobile web application that supports multiple phone operating systems (preferably as a plugin to VBX). I might even pay extra for that, if I get a credible proposal. It should support iOS, Android, Windows and Firefox OS (anything more is gravy). I am pretty certain I have left out something important. The winning proposer is sure to ask me lots of questions. Update 1: I downloaded the current source and was able to compile with Xcode 5.1.1 for iOS 6.1 SDK. There are lots of deprecation warnings, but the app no longer seems to crash, at least in the Simulator, so that is a good sign. Update 2: iOS 6.1 for the target SDK, and a universal app, please that could be used in iPhones or iPads of any hardware configuration supported by iOS 6.1 or later. I don't need the interface to be slick, just reasonably easy to use. A natural extension of what is already in place for the features I mentioned is more than adequate.

OpenVBX, the open-source PHP web app that Twilio maintains so you can use their telephony services, is great. I use it, like it, recommend it. But while OpenVBX is actively maintained, the iPhone app that works with OpenVBX hasn't been updated in 4 years. It's buggy and lacks some key features. So, I'm willing to pay someone to have it updated and contribute the source code. I'd like credit as a sponsor, of course. Here is the current source code: https://github.com/twilio/OpenVBX-iPhone Here's my list of requirements: 1) Fix bugs for all current features. The thing crashes now when I try to dial, for example. 2) Support international phone numbers (using the "+" sign as the prefix before the country code). The phone call feature in OpenVBX (the PHP web application the iPhone app communicates with) allows you to enter an international number. But where you enter the number that you want the iPhone app to call you at first, it only supports US numbers now. 3) Allow the user to select one of their "devices" (phone numbers OpenVBX will ring you at when someone calls one of your Twilio numbers) to be the number called when placing a call, instead of keying in a number (again, same as the phone call feature in OpenVBX in web browser). Now, as I am currently using an iPhone, I would be perfectly happy to just have the current source code update and/or forked. However, as I also love Android and other mobile OSes (I am shackled to the iPhone because it's the only one my corporate overlord supports), I would greatly prefer if someone just re-wrote this as a mobile web application that supports multiple phone operating systems (preferably as a plugin to VBX). I might even pay extra for that, if I get a credible proposal. It should support iOS, Android, Windows and Firefox OS (anything more is gravy). I am pretty certain I have left out something important. The winning proposer is sure to ask me lots of questions. Update 1: I downloaded the current source and was able to compile with Xcode 5.1.1 for iOS 6.1 SDK. There are lots of deprecation warnings, but the app no longer seems to crash, at least in the Simulator, so that is a good sign. Update 2: iOS 6.1 for the target SDK, and a universal app, please that could be used in iPhones or iPads of any hardware configuration supported by iOS 6.1 or later. I don't need the interface to be slick, just reasonably easy to use. A natural extension of what is already in place for the features I mentioned is more than adequate. Update 3: Sorry I was not more clear. I only want credit as the sponsor in ADDITION to the selected freelancer(s) getting credit as the developer(s).

Aug 6, 2014

OpenVBX, the open-source PHP web app that Twilio maintains so you can use their telephony services, is great. I use it, like it, recommend it. But while OpenVBX is actively maintained, the iPhone app that works with OpenVBX hasn't been updated in 4 years. It's buggy and lacks some key features. So, I'm willing to pay someone to have it updated and contribute the source code. I'd like credit as a sponsor, of course. Here is the current source code: https://github.com/twilio/OpenVBX-iPhone Here's my list of requirements: 1) Fix bugs for all current features. The thing crashes now when I try to dial, for example. 2) Support international phone numbers (using the "+" sign as the prefix before the country code). The phone call feature in OpenVBX (the PHP web application the iPhone app communicates with) allows you to enter an international number. But where you enter the number that you want the iPhone app to call you at first, it only supports US numbers now. 3) Allow the user to select one of their "devices" (phone numbers OpenVBX will ring you at when someone calls one of your Twilio numbers) to be the number called when placing a call, instead of keying in a number (again, same as the phone call feature in OpenVBX in web browser). Now, as I am currently using an iPhone, I would be perfectly happy to just have the current source code update and/or forked. However, as I also love Android and other mobile OSes (I am shackled to the iPhone because it's the only one my corporate overlord supports), I would greatly prefer if someone just re-wrote this as a mobile web application that supports multiple phone operating systems (preferably as a plugin to VBX). I might even pay extra for that, if I get a credible proposal. It should support iOS, Android, Windows and Firefox OS (anything more is gravy). I am pretty certain I have left out something important. The winning proposer is sure to ask me lots of questions. Update 1: I downloaded the current source and was able to compile with Xcode 5.1.1 for iOS 6.1 SDK. There are lots of deprecation warnings, but the app no longer seems to crash, at least in the Simulator, so that is a good sign.

OpenVBX, the open-source PHP web app that Twilio maintains so you can use their telephony services, is great. I use it, like it, recommend it. But while OpenVBX is actively maintained, the iPhone app that works with OpenVBX hasn't been updated in 4 years. It's buggy and lacks some key features. So, I'm willing to pay someone to have it updated and contribute the source code. I'd like credit as a sponsor, of course. Here is the current source code: https://github.com/twilio/OpenVBX-iPhone Here's my list of requirements: 1) Fix bugs for all current features. The thing crashes now when I try to dial, for example. 2) Support international phone numbers (using the "+" sign as the prefix before the country code). The phone call feature in OpenVBX (the PHP web application the iPhone app communicates with) allows you to enter an international number. But where you enter the number that you want the iPhone app to call you at first, it only supports US numbers now. 3) Allow the user to select one of their "devices" (phone numbers OpenVBX will ring you at when someone calls one of your Twilio numbers) to be the number called when placing a call, instead of keying in a number (again, same as the phone call feature in OpenVBX in web browser). Now, as I am currently using an iPhone, I would be perfectly happy to just have the current source code update and/or forked. However, as I also love Android and other mobile OSes (I am shackled to the iPhone because it's the only one my corporate overlord supports), I would greatly prefer if someone just re-wrote this as a mobile web application that supports multiple phone operating systems (preferably as a plugin to VBX). I might even pay extra for that, if I get a credible proposal. It should support iOS, Android, Windows and Firefox OS (anything more is gravy). I am pretty certain I have left out something important. The winning proposer is sure to ask me lots of questions. Update 1: I downloaded the current source and was able to compile with Xcode 5.1.1 for iOS 6.1 SDK. There are lots of deprecation warnings, but the app no longer seems to crash, at least in the Simulator, so that is a good sign. Update 2: iOS 6.1 for the target SDK, and a universal app, please that could be used in iPhones or iPads of any hardware configuration supported by iOS 6.1 or later. I don't need the interface to be slick, just reasonably easy to use. A natural extension of what is already in place for the features I mentioned is more than adequate.

Aug 2, 2014

OpenVBX, the open-source PHP web app that Twilio maintains so you can use their telephony services, is great. I use it, like it, recommend it. But while OpenVBX is actively maintained, the iPhone app that works with OpenVBX hasn't been updated in 4 years. It's buggy and lacks some key features. So, I'm willing to pay someone to have it updated and contribute the source code. I'd like credit as a sponsor, of course. Here is the current source code: https://github.com/twilio/OpenVBX-iPhone Here's my list of requirements: 1) Fix bugs for all current features. The thing crashes now when I try to dial, for example. 2) Support international phone numbers (using the "+" sign as the prefix before the country code). The phone call feature in OpenVBX (the PHP web application the iPhone app communicates with) allows you to enter an international number. But where you enter the number that you want the iPhone app to call you at first, it only supports US numbers now. 3) Allow the user to select one of their "devices" (phone numbers OpenVBX will ring you at when someone calls one of your Twilio numbers) to be the number called when placing a call, instead of keying in a number (again, same as the phone call feature in OpenVBX in web browser). Now, as I am currently using an iPhone, I would be perfectly happy to just have the current source code update and/or forked. However, as I also love Android and other mobile OSes (I am shackled to the iPhone because it's the only one my corporate overlord supports), I would greatly prefer if someone just re-wrote this as a mobile web application that supports multiple phone operating systems (preferably as a plugin to VBX). I might even pay extra for that, if I get a credible proposal. It should support iOS, Android, Windows and Firefox OS (anything more is gravy). I am pretty certain I have left out something important. The winning proposer is sure to ask me lots of questions.

OpenVBX, the open-source PHP web app that Twilio maintains so you can use their telephony services, is great. I use it, like it, recommend it. But while OpenVBX is actively maintained, the iPhone app that works with OpenVBX hasn't been updated in 4 years. It's buggy and lacks some key features. So, I'm willing to pay someone to have it updated and contribute the source code. I'd like credit as a sponsor, of course. Here is the current source code: https://github.com/twilio/OpenVBX-iPhone Here's my list of requirements: 1) Fix bugs for all current features. The thing crashes now when I try to dial, for example. 2) Support international phone numbers (using the "+" sign as the prefix before the country code). The phone call feature in OpenVBX (the PHP web application the iPhone app communicates with) allows you to enter an international number. But where you enter the number that you want the iPhone app to call you at first, it only supports US numbers now. 3) Allow the user to select one of their "devices" (phone numbers OpenVBX will ring you at when someone calls one of your Twilio numbers) to be the number called when placing a call, instead of keying in a number (again, same as the phone call feature in OpenVBX in web browser). Now, as I am currently using an iPhone, I would be perfectly happy to just have the current source code update and/or forked. However, as I also love Android and other mobile OSes (I am shackled to the iPhone because it's the only one my corporate overlord supports), I would greatly prefer if someone just re-wrote this as a mobile web application that supports multiple phone operating systems (preferably as a plugin to VBX). I might even pay extra for that, if I get a credible proposal. It should support iOS, Android, Windows and Firefox OS (anything more is gravy). I am pretty certain I have left out something important. The winning proposer is sure to ask me lots of questions. Update 1: I downloaded the current source and was able to compile with Xcode 5.1.1 for iOS 6.1 SDK. There are lots of deprecation warnings, but the app no longer seems to crash, at least in the Simulator, so that is a good sign.

Aug 1, 2014

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OpenVBX, the open-source PHP web app that Twilio maintains so you can use their telephony services, is great. I use it, like it, recommend it.

But while OpenVBX is actively maintained, the iPhone app that works with OpenVBX hasn't been updated in 4 years.

It's buggy and lacks some key features.

So, I'm willing to pay someone to have it updated and contribute the source code. I'd like credit as a sponsor, of course.

Here is the current source code:
  [obscured]  /twilio/OpenVBX-iPhone

Here's my list of requirements:

1) Fix bugs for all current features. The thing crashes now when I try to dial, for example.

2) Support international phone numbers (using the "+" sign as the prefix before the country code). The phone call feature in OpenVBX (the PHP web application the iPhone app communicates with) allows you to enter an international number. But where you enter the number that you want the iPhone app to call you at first, it only supports US numbers now.

I am pretty certain I h...

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