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Release 3 is out of the oven

After about 2 months worth of work, much testing and much contribution from over 30 different community members, we’re happy to release the 3rd release of PHPARI. I would like to take this time to thank several individuals, who assisted much in the development of Release-3 – either by contributing code, reporting bugs and also working with us to have a better understanding of ARI internals:


Thank you all

I really can’t believe it, but 4 months had gone by since we’ve launched the phpari.org website and the phpari project. After 4 months, we are deeply into finishing Releas 3 of the library, and we’re happy to announce that we now have 1000+ confirmed downloads of the library. I’m currently answering over 30 emails each week concerning phpari, and I’m happy to say that people are finding it useful and productive.

We are still looking for contributions for the following:

  1. Source code for the project – yes, we are looking for more patchers and developers
  2. Example Code – we are looking for people who will develop some cool things with phpari and light up our minds with ideas
  3. Documentation – we are still missing some documentation in here, please write write write

Feel free to fill up the github repository with messages.

Release 3 is in the oven

We are hard at work here, working on release number 3 of PHPARI. Let’s put it this way, when we initially implemented PHPARI, it was done really rapidly – as we wanted to launch it during Astricon 2014. Since then, we’ve received multiple contributions from people, specifically code segments that illustrated that we’ve “Over restricted” the access to the Asterisk ARI interface.

Release 3 will fix these issues and will follow the Asterisk ARI API specification as described. If you are willing to assist, please check out release-3 branch from GitHub, and send us feedback. You can find it here: https://github.com/greenfieldtech-nirs/phpari/tree/release-3.

We’ve already sent out about 50 PHPARI stickers around the world, and we have plenty more. If you want any, just send us a message and an envelope with 10 stickers will be on its way to you.

Welcome to PHPARI

Ok, we are totally psyched over here at Greenfield Technologies, this is our first Open Source project that we are publishing – and we are fairly proud of it.

We are long time PHP enthusiasts, actually, we love PHP so much – that is literally dominates our Web Development part of the business. No, we don’t do Drupal and Joomla, no way. We use PHP to build highly robust Asterisk application. PHPARI is our attempt at creating a proper PHP framework, for developing ARI/Stasis applications with PHP.

Stay tuned and get updated, we will add more information as we progress.