Verto is a web protocol that allows the presence of richer distributed applications, where audio, video, database, graphics, visualization, and augmented reality come through the same channel/tool set and converge in the browser for the user to interact with.
Verto can subscribe to data structures residing in the server, and have those structures bi-directionally updated and synchronized in real time.
It is deeply integrated with the FreeSWITCH events system, so it can access all of the data, primitives, statuses, and information that is available for a FreeSWITCH server-side application programmer.
Also, it's very easy to write a FreeSWITCH module that will make Verto exchange data structures and events with external sources and sinks, from databases to legacy systems and automation control to collaboration platforms.
Verto is an elegant weapon. It is depicted in the following diagram:
mod_verto is compiled by default in the standard installation, but you need to...