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The web is becoming more real-time. Learn about three of the most popular technologies powering the event-driven web: Webhooks, PubSubHubbub, and Streaming APIs. These answers and more will be revealed in this tech talk with code examples.
With Twilio Client, three lines of code will allow your browser to establish an audio pipe straight into Twilio's network. From here, you can connect to a regular phone, a conference or even other Twilio Clients.
In this session, we'll give you an introduction to sending and receiving SMS messages with Twilio. We'll also cover best practices and explain the differences between shortcodes and longcodes, and when to use each.
In this session Pat Malatack, Messaging Product Manager at Twilo, gives an introduction to understanding the Authorization Workflow, configuration, and permissions and visibility of Twilio Connect.
In this session Pat Malatack, Messaging Product Manager at Twilio, gives an introduction to using Presence on Twilio.
Pretty much every web service that uses HTTP verbs is calling itself RESTful these days, but what does that even mean? What makes a service RESTful? Why would you write a service using the REST style? Why are most services that call themselves RESTful actually just RPC in REST clothing? Steve will answer all these questions and more, as well as discussing where following strict REST does not make sense.
Twilio Voice has so many creative opportunities: conferencing, PBX, lead generation, building a call center, and call tracking. Take the first step towards building a simple Twilio Voice app.
In this session, we'll give you an introduction to building a VoIP application for your iOS devices with Twilio. We'll also cover best practices for Twilio Client.