Writing Your First Avaya Breeze Snap-In
An introductory video guiding and instructing you through the process.
"Who are you going to believe, me or your own eyes?" Chico Marx
I haven't been shy about my work with Avaya's Breeze development platform. I've written about my experiences with the Java SDK along with the drag and drop interface, Engagement Designer. Additionally, I've tackled subjects such as Avaya's Real-Time Speech Recognition and Context Store with fairly in-depth missives.
This time around, though, I would like to do something a little different. Rather than write another 1500 words about how one goes about creating a Breeze Snap-In, I want to show you. Better yet, I want to go beyond the basics and dig into some of the more complicated, albeit more interesting aspects of Breeze development.
Without any further ado, here is the first in my series of Breeze development videos. I've called it an Introduction to Breeze, but it's a bit more than that. Not only will I show you the Engagement Designer user interface, I will use it to create, deploy, run, and debug a working Snap-In.
Future videos will build upon this Snap-In before I take you into the stratosphere of Breeze development. Want Web services and speech recognition? I promise to deliver all that and more.
Andrew Prokop writes about all things unified communications on his popular blog, SIP Adventures.