Your business is growing by leaps and bounds. As you’ve expanded your service internationally you’ve been careful to think about the experience that you provide customers in different parts of the world. Providing a top tier experience means localising your website into different languages, accepting local currencies as payment and offering local support phone numbers to customers. Now you’re getting ready to expand again, this time… Read More
In Part Two of this series we showed how it was possible to create a gigantic phone out of an iPad using Xamarin.iOS and Twilio Client. Almost immediately we got a lot of ‘we were here first’ complaints from Android developers. Can’t we all just get along? Since we don’t play favorites around here, this post will show you how to turn an Android tablet into… Read More
Proper nutrition is a topic that is near and dear to my heart. I struggled at one point in my life with making the right food choices and over time the weight piled on. After learning a lot about nutrition, I feel like I have a good handle on making choices in the grocery store. This isn’t always easy though and it is really difficult when… Read More
Today we’re proud to announce the availability of our revamped Twilio helper libraries for PHP, Ruby, Python, .NET and Java. Each of the libraries was written by a Twilio developer familiar with the language and framework of each respective library. As always, all of the libraries are open source and available on GitHub where they will be actively maintained and improved. In addition to new official… Read More
One of the great things about REST is that all you need to know to use it is how to speak HTTP. It is the ultimate cross-platform technology as near every language or framework can make web requests these days. As an example of this, Laurent Luce has written a Twilio API wrapper in C++. Laurent is a software engineer with expertise in networking and web… Read More
Hello .NET Developers, We’re proud to announce that we just released a .NET, C# helper library for Twilio. It works exactly the same as our PHP, Ruby, Python and Java libraries. You can download it, along with a usage sample, at this url: http://www.twilio.com/docs/libraries/ As always, feedback is appreciated. In particular, would you also like a VB library? Leave comments with your thoughts.