Chrome vs FireFox: WebRTC Stats API with Twilio Video

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The WebRTC statistics spec details an API that gives developers access to a ton of statistical information about a WebRTC peer connection. It is currently evolving and is partially implemented in Chrome and FireFox. Neither browser has their stats API implementation up the to full spec yet and they both vary in execution. Code you write for one browser will almost certainly not work in the other browser…. Read More

Web Powered SMS Inbox with Service Worker: Push Notifications

Recently I have been building a web application that I can use as a fully featured SMS messaging application for a Twilio number. It has a list of all messages sent and received and can be used to send new messages and reply to existing conversations. It’s a pretty tidy little application that hasn’t taken long to build so far, but it currently has one drawback…. Read More

Congratulations to Abine, Winner of Twilio's Firefox Extensions Developer Contest

Abine is a free Firefox extension for online privacy from “The online privacy company” of the same name. It is also the winner of our Firefox extensions contest. Abine makes it easy to manage your privacy online, including using Twilio to mask your phone number while registering for services. Congratulations to Rob Shavell and the rest of the team at Abine. Your netbook and $100 in… Read More

Twilio Developer Contest: Firefox Extensions – Ends July 25th 11:59pm PST

Firefox Extensions can help you add new functionality and features to your browser. For this week's Twilio developer contest, we're challenging you to create extensions for Mozilla Firefox that use the Twilio APIs. The contest ends July 25th 11:59PM PST and the winner will receive a netbook and $100 in Twilio credit. Getting Started Building Firefox Extensions Think building Firefox extensions is hard? It's not. Using Mozilla… Read More

New Twilio Netbook Contest: Firefox Extensions!

Firefox Extensions can help you add new functionality and features to your browser. For this week’s Twilio developer contest, we’re challenging you to create extensions for Mozilla Firefox that use the Twilio APIs. Getting Started Building Firefox Extensions Think building Firefox extensions is hard? It’s not. Using Mozilla Labs Jetpack, if you know HTML/JavaScript/CSS, you have the skills you need to get started. Jetpack even works with… Read More