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Twilio Quickstart Tutorials

These quickstarts are short, simple guides intended to help you get started using Twilio's Voice, Client, SMS and Connect APIs.

Voice

Receive Incoming Calls

The Hello Monkey Quickstart provides an introduction to the Twilio Markup Language (TwiML). The demo walks through the process of building a system to handle incoming calls that greets callers by name, plays an audio file, connects the call to another phone number, and lets callers leave an audio recording.

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Make Outgoing Calls

The Twilio REST API Quickstart demonstrates how to build an application that initiates an outgoing phone call and gets a list of previous calls using the Twilio REST API.

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SMS and MMS

Send and Receive SMS and MMS Messages

The Twilio SMS and MMS Quickstart demonstrates how to build an application that sends and receives SMS and MMS messages using Twilio Markup Language (TwiML) and the Twilio REST API.

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Twilio Client

Make and Receive Calls from iOS

The Twilio Client iOS Quickstart demonstrates how to build an iOS app that makes and recieves calls using the Twilio Client iOS SDK.

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Make and Receive Calls from Android New!

The Twilio Client Android Quickstart demonstrates how to build an Android app that makes and recieves calls using the Twilio Client Android SDK.

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Make and Receive Calls from a Web Browser

The Twilio Client Quickstart demonstrates how to build an application that makes and recieves calls in the browser (without a phone) using the Twilio Client JavaScript API.

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Connect

Making an Authorized Request Using Twilio Connect

The Twilio Connect Quickstart demonstrates how to build an application that uses Twilio Connect to retrieve another Twilio account's call logs using the Twilio REST API.

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