Twilio and OnCompare Are Throwing a LAUNCH After Party!

Come party with us! Next week at the LAUNCH Conference, dozens of cutting edge, and never-before seen, startups will all debut. One of our customers, OnCompare, will be launching and we’re very excited for them. They are a “Yelp for Software as a Service,”  so you build an incredible service, and they’ll point users to it. Join us next Wednesday, February 23rd, at the Bloodhound bar… Read More

Intro to Building Twilio Apps with ASP.NET MVC

UPDATE Since this post was originally published we’ve released updated Twilio helper libraries for .NET that simplify the TwiML generation process. You can install the new library using the ‘Twilio.Mvc’ NuGet package and find complete documentation on the project wiki. Last week I had the privilege of presenting “Intro to Building Twilio Apps with ASP.NET MVC” at mvcConf 2, a virtual conference for ASP.NET MVC developers… Read More

Introducing Call Tracking with Twilio

Did you know that in today’s age of Internet marketing, the phone still plays a crucial role in lead generation? Voice leads can convert as much as twenty times more than web leads. The best leads want to talk to somebody in realtime, and they’re from numbers found both on and off the web. Many savvy Internet Marketers spend hours each week tracking website information such… Read More

Using Twilio with Node.js by Dusty Candland of Red27 Consulting

Dusty Candland is the founder of Red27 Consulting in Denver, CO. Recently Dusty was working on an app called SMSBet.info that uses Node.js with Twilio. Dusty wrote this post to help you get started writing your own Twilio apps running on Node. Recently while working on a Functional Mockup for SMSBet.info, we decided to use Node.js and Twilio. Combining these two technologies makes building SMS and… Read More

New Developer Contest: The Sweet Sound of APIs

Music Hackday may be over, but that doesn’t mean we can’t keep the party going all week. If you couldn’t make it out to New York this past weekend to join John Britton in the music madness, don’t fret because this week’s Twilio contest is all about recreating the music hackday experience sans the pizza, beer, and hacker company. Use Twilio and your favorite music API… Read More

New Developer Contest: The Sweet Sound of APIs

Music Hackday may be over, but that doesn't mean we can't keep the party going all week. If you couldn't make it out to New York this past weekend to join John Britton in the music madness, don't fret because this week's Twilio contest is all about recreating the music hackday experience sans the pizza, beer, and hacker company. Use Twilio and your favorite music API… Read More

How Teeboxer Uses Twilio to Power Its Service For Golfers

This is a guest post written by Yuri Gadow, founder of Teeboxer; a service created with the goal of combining many Internet technologies, including Twilio, to help golfers get out and play more and spend less time dealing with golf while off the course. Twilio is the key to Teeboxer’s ability to work for golfers away from computers where a quick text or call can easily… Read More