Twilio on Stack Overflow Documentation

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As a developer, you quickly learn that your ability to excel (or maybe function at all) is strongly correlated with your Google-fu. Personally, when working across multiple programming languages and platforms, the exact incantation I need to display a UIAlertController or store an HTTP response in a cache is not found in the 32 kilobytes of RAM between my ears. So I turn to Google to… Read More

How To Build A Conference Line With Twilio

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Another conference call, another app, another PIN, another log-in. Joining conference calls shouldn’t take more than a simple a call. In a few minutes minutes, you can build a conference line anyone and everyone can use easily, even if you’ve never written a line of code in your life. Let’s Build A Conference Line Go to Twilio.com and create a new account. Then go up to… Read More

WNYC’s Note To Self Podcast Curbs Listener’s Information Overload with 300,000 Texts

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Unchecked multi-tasking can (and will) turn you into someone who you don’t recognize, someone who eats peanut butter M&Ms at 10am. Every time you switch from one task to another, your brain burns through glucose. When your brain’s glucose reserves run low, you become a sugar zombie on the hunt for the fuel your brain needs to multitask. Unsurprisingly, this behavior leaves you stressed out. The… Read More

Whisbi Builds A Better Customer Engagement Experience With WebRTC and Twilio

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Imagine your dream car. Now imagine you’re in the stereotypical car commercial, whipping down a windy mountain road. What color is the car? What type of upholstery did you choose? Did you go for the upgraded navigation system? Instead of managing those variables in your head, Whisbi lets you do that on screen, with a salesperson on the line to help you make your choice. Whisbi… Read More

Expanding Global Reach with Detailed Data: New Transparency Report

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Twilio’s “no shenanigans” approach to data privacy extends to all customers and users – wherever you’re located. As Twilio’s international presence continues to expand, we are providing more detail at a country level about the types of law enforcement requests Twilio has received. You can learn about these requests in our transparency report for the first half of 2016. Twilio Transparency Report – First Half of… Read More

SMS Sentiment Analysis in Python with Flask and the IBM Watson Twilio Add-on

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With Twilio’s new Add-ons marketplace developers can reap the benefits of third party APIs with the flip of a switch. The IBM Watson Message Sentiment Add-on adds sentiment analysis information to every SMS request sent to your web application. Let’s build a Flask app that will determine the sentiment of text messages sent to your Twilio number. Getting started Before writing any code make sure you have: Python… Read More

What 19 Million Texts Can Tell You About Crisis In The U.S : Crisis Text Line Fights an Epidemic with Data

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For two years, Nancy Lublin was CEO of two companies, working two full-time jobs. This past November, she downsized to one full-time job — working as the CEO and Founder of Crisis Text Line , which supports thousands through suicidal thoughts, sexual abuse, drug addiction, and more via Twilio SMS. Now that Nancy is only working one job, she’s focused on putting herself out of business…. Read More

The 2016 State Of The Builder Results Are In

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Your development environment reflects your work. But, what does the collective sum of developers’ work look like? We asked over 4,000 builders of all sorts to participate in our 2016 State of the Builder Survey to find out the answer to that question. Download the full results of our 2016 State of the Builder Survey to get the full rundown.  Here are a few quick hits.   Of the 4,000+ builders that took the survey: 74% of… Read More

SIGNAL Conference 2016 Videos: Talks, Tracks, Sessions

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Two Days. Over 85 talks. Hundreds of speakers. There’s a whole lot to unpack from SIGNAL 2016. Whether you write code, or build companies (or both) — there’s a SIGNAL track, and a SIGNAL talk for you. Now, all the talks from SIGNAL 2016 are live for your viewing pleasure. You can easily revisit your favorite sessions, or catch up on talks you missed by browsing… Read More