Twilio Talks UK Ridesharing In London with DriveNow, GoCarShare, and More


Everything is on-demand. Tech savvy people are switching from owning cars, apartments, and parking spaces to renting them. The ride-sharing and car-sharing industry has massively changed from this cultural switch. Twilio is helping power on-demand services for companies like DriveNow, Lyft, and Uber. Last month at our London HQ, the car-sharing, car-pooling, taxi and automotive industry came together for the inaugural Twilio Talks on Modern Urban… Read More

Freshdesk Breaks Down Wisby’s Barriers To Customer Service with Twilio


Wisby had the drive, the customer support team, and the resources in place to deliver awesome customer service. But, there were two sizeable barriers they had to overcome: time and distance. Namely, reducing the time it took to respond to customers, and reducing the geographic telecom barriers cause a delay in response. To solve their problems and deliver excellent customer service, Wisby enlisted the help of… Read More

Build SMS Notifications With AngularJS, Firebase, and Twilio

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Christoffer Klemming started out programming pacemakers and ended up a Google PMM. Back home in Stockholm, Christoffer was focused on writing code. When he crossed the pond to work at Google, code took a backseat. But, he still used his programming mindset in a less code-intensive job. “Programming is really a mindset in how to break down big problems into smaller chunks that each can be… Read More

Circly Fights Cancer With Community: Building A Support System With Twilio


If cancer were a person, I’d punch it in the face. But, it turns out that’s neither a viable method of treatment, or a fight that has any chance of actually taking place.   One thing that does help people struggling with cancer is emotional support from friends and family. A simple text or call goes a long way. A friendly reminder to perform self-checks for cancer,… Read More

Here We Go!: Introducing The New Twilio Blog, As Explained In Terms of Super Mario Bros


When Mario gets his power-ups, do you pay attention to the (fire) flower or what Mario does with the power-up? The answer in all it’s Koopa-crushing glory, is Mario. The same principle applies for this very blog. Here on the blog, we’re focused on what you build with Twilio, how you did it, and inspiring and equipping you to build the next thing your heart desires…. Read More

Building Repliable SMS For Coaches And Athletes: CoachUp Scales With Twilio (and Stephen Curry)


Steph Curry is a champion, and MVP. Here in the Bay Area, he’s more like a demi-god. In a 2009 draft report, a scout lambasted Steph’s abilities saying that he would never lead a team at the highest level. Then, in 2015, Steph led The Golden State Warriors to world championship. The difference maker for Steph, aside from ignoring critics, was coaching. One on one coaching… Read More

Meet The Twilio-Powered Partners At Dreamforce


Well, that happened. The Dreamforce parade packed up and headed out of town after a wild 5 days. Somewhere in-between announcing Twilio was giving 1% of its equity to, giving away a ton of Narrative Clips, and demoing Salesforce integrations, we hung out with a few Twilio partners. Velocify, OneReach, Appirio, New Voice Media and DocuSign all took time out of their frenetic Dreamforce schedule… Read More

Victory 91.5 Takes Radio From Hardware Powered to Software Powered with Twilio


There are certain tools of the trade all radio stations use. The most insufferable morning zoo drive-time duos and world’s best DJs (cough, cough Seattle’s KEXP) all drop radio station ID’s. You know how it goes, a famous musician or excited fan shouts out the radio station’s name and motto. It seems simple enough, but getting audio from the phone to the airwaves is a tricky… Read More

Taking To The Next Level

One of our key values at Twilio is to empower others. That doesn’t mean “sell to others.” Rather, it means you help bring out the best in the people you serve, supporting and enabling them to achieve their goals however you can. Since we started Twilio, developers have amazed us with their ingenuity – building products and companies that we could never have imagined. But something… Read More