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  • By David Pine
    Build a Video Chat App with ASP.NET Core 5.0, Angular 11, and Twilio Programmable Video Build a Video Chat App with ASP.NET Core 5.0, Angular 11, and Twilio Programmable Video

    Realtime user interaction is a great way to enhance the communication and collaboration capabilities of a web application. Video chat is an obvious choice for sales, customer support, and education sites, but is it practical to implement? If you’re developing with Angular on the frontend and ASP.NET Core for your server, Twilio Programmable Video enables you to efficiently add robust video chat to your application.

    This post will show you how to create a running video chat application using the Twilio JavaScript SDK in your Angular single page application (SPA) and the Twilio SDK for C# and .NET in your ASP.NET Core server code. You’ll build the interactions required to create and join video chat rooms, and publish and subscribe to participant audio and video tracks.

    To learn how to build the same app with previous language and framework versions, see these posts:

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  • By David Pine
    Building a Video Chat Web App with ASP.NET Core Blazor and Twilio Programmable Video asp-net-core-blazor-video-chat-app.png

    Realtime user interaction is a great way to enhance the communication and collaboration capabilities of a web application. Video chatting with colleagues, friends, or family has become the new norm, and video chat is an obvious choice for sales, customer support, and education sites. For remote workforces, video chat improves the effectiveness of team collaboration.

    But is video chat practical to implement?

    If you’re developing with Blazor WebAssembly (WASM) on the front end and ASP.NET Core for your server, the answer is: Yes. Twilio Programmable Video and the Twilio helper libraries for JavaScript and .NET enable you to efficiently add robust video chat to your application.

    Whether you’re building solutions for telemedicine, distance learning, or workforce engagement, Twilio has GDPR compliance and HIPAA eligibility. With Twilio Programmable Video you can build secure video applications that scale.

    In this post you’ll learn how to create a fully operational video chat application …

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  • By David Pine
    Running a Video Chat App Built with ASP.NET Core 3.1 and Twilio Programmable Video on Microsoft Azure video-chat-dot-net-3-1-deploy.png

    With Twilio Programmable Video you can add robust video chat functionality to web applications built with Angular and ASP.NET Core. With Microsoft’s Azure App Service you can host your video-enabled apps on a fully managed, enterprise-grade cloud platform. Deployment and configuration are easy and take just minutes.

    The post Building a Video Chat App with ASP.NET Core 3.1, Angular 9, and Twilio  demonstrated how to integrate the Twilio JavaScript SDK and the Twilio .NET SDK with ASP.NET Core and Angular. The next step in implementing a video chat application is learning to deploy it to the cloud with Microsoft Azure.

    In this post you’ll learn how to publish a video chat application to the Azure App Service and securely configure it to use the Twilio Video Chat API. You’ll be able to try out the production application’s video chat features and verify that it’s configured correctly.

    Prerequisites

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  • By David Pine
    Building a Video Chat App with ASP.NET Core 3.1, Angular 9, and Twilio asp-net-core-3-1-video-chat-app-google.png

    Realtime user interaction is a great way to enhance the communication and collaboration capabilities of a web application. Video chat is an obvious choice for sales, customer support, and education sites, but is it practical to implement? If you’re developing with Angular on the frontend and ASP.NET Core for your server, Twilio Programmable Video enables you to efficiently add robust video chat to your application.

    This post will show you how to create a running video chat application using the Twilio JavaScript SDK in your Angular single page application (SPA) and the Twilio SDK for C# and .NET in your ASP.NET Core server code. You’ll build the interactions required to create and join video chat rooms, publish participant audio and video tracks, and subscribe to those tracks.

    To learn how to build the same app with previous language and framework versions, see these posts:

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  • By David Pine
    Retweeting Twitter Mentions On Demand with Twilio Programmable SMS, ASP.NET Core 3.1, the Twitter API, and Azure retweeting-twitter-mentions-on-demand.png

    If you’re a developer, chances are you are on Twitter. It’s where all the cool developers like to tweet code snippets, ideas, and boasts about programming projects!

    If you’re like me, you probably don’t like notifications on your phone.

    I mean, text messages, sure, those are fine, but not notifications from apps.

    Fortunately, there’s a way to get important Twitter notifications and respond to them without leaving the comfort of your texting environment. You can retweet mentions without having to install an app on your phone or open your phone’s browser.

    This post demonstrates how to leverage Twilio Programmable SMS in conjunction with ASP.NET Core, the Twitter API, and Microsoft Azure to receive a text message when someone mentions you on Twitter. You’ll also be able to retweet the Twitter mention directly from your SMS client with a quick reply. There are four parts to the project:

    1. Setting up …
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  • By David Pine
    Running a Twilio Video Chat Application Built with Angular 8 and ASP.NET Core 3.0 on Microsoft Azure running-twilio-video-chat-asp-net-3-azure.png

    With Twilio Programmable Video you can add robust video chat functionality to web applications built with Angular and ASP.NET Core. With the Microsoft Azure App Service you can host your video-enabled apps on a fully managed, enterprise-grade cloud platform. Deployment and configuration are easy and take just minutes.

    Build a Video Chat App with ASP.NET Core 3.0, Angular 8, and Twilio showed you how to integrate the Twilio JavaScript SDK and the Twilio .NET SDK seamlessly with ASP.NET Core and Angular. This post will show you how to deploy applications built with these technologies to the Azure App Service.

    In this post you will learn how to publish your application to the Azure App Service, and securely configure the app on Azure to use the Twilio Video Chat API with the App Service settings. You’ll be able to try out the production applications’ video chat features and verify that it’s …

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  • By David Pine
    Building a Twilio Programmable Video Chat App with Angular and ASP.NET Core 3.0 asp-net-core-csharp-angular-twilio-video-chat-workflow

    Realtime user interaction is a great way to enhance the communication and collaboration capabilities of a web application. Video chat is an obvious choice for sales, customer support, and education sites, but is it practical to implement? If you’re developing with Angular on the frontend and ASP.NET Core for your server, Twilio Programmable Video enables you to efficiently add robust video chat to your application.

    This post will show you how to create a running video chat application using the Twilio JavaScript SDK in your Angular single page application (SPA) and the Twilio SDK for C# and .NET in your ASP.NET Core server code. You’ll build the interactions required to create and join video chat rooms, and to publish and subscribe to participant audio and video tracks.

     

    If you would like to see a full integration of Twilio APIs in a .NET Core application then checkout this free 5-part video …

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  • By David Pine
    Deploying and Running Angular ASP.NET Core Video Chat Applications on Microsoft Azure jj8NaJZ67FoFVkgGVX9DX_rw1zrV788sAeDJkggOvZ092j7ZB2zIeI-J4fR1jULugtCu5j9GuUwEY1nx90k9_cswxlrqYXvelh-PP3_4H13wo1EHnpsiNtPO3QWPf_eKzeK8Kc9e

    With Twilio Programmable Video you can add robust video chat functionality to web applications built with Angular and ASP.NET Core. With the Microsoft Azure App Service you can host your video-enabled apps on a fully managed, enterprise-grade cloud platform. Deployment and configuration are easy and take just minutes.

    Build a Video Chat App with ASP.NET Core, Angular, and Twilio showed you how to integrate the Twilio JavaScript SDK and the Twilio .NET SDK seamlessly with ASP.NET Core and Angular. This post will show you how to deploy applications built with these technologies to the Azure App Service.

    You will learn how to publish your application to the Azure App Service, and securely configure the app on Azure to use the Twilio Video Chat API with the App Service settings. You’ll be able to try out the production applications’ video chat features and verify that it’s correctly configured.

    Prerequisites

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  • By David Pine
    Build a Video Chat App with ASP.NET Core 2.2, Angular, and Twilio mk-TOY_PUIUFMHxRgxDCVpNPAw6LprK_D8dWG2KYLxg-IkukJ9bc01jtzPaR9dHxrLYwwnRVzbWGNg-AOUWPqcRwzyszB_8oh9_xac0-NQcjGgE5FDqZeA_4Xw5ddRKusfYaiTp0

    Realtime user interaction is a great way to enhance the communication and collaboration capabilities of a web application. Video chat is an obvious choice for sales, customer support, and education sites, but how can you quickly implement it? Twilio Programmable Video enables you to efficiently add robust video chat to your applications, whether you are using a JavaScript Model-View-Controller framework like Angular or server-side templates.

    This post will show you how to create a video chat application using the Twilio JavaScript SDK in your Angular single page application (SPA) and the Twilio SDK for C# and .NET in your ASP.NET Core server code. You’ll build the interactions required to create and join video chat rooms, and to publish and subscribe to participant audio and video tracks.

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    The contents of this post and its companion repository on GitHub have been updated to use …

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