Pittsburgh Technical Institute Switches SIP Based Call Center To Twilio

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Pittsburgh Technical Institute (PTI) has been helping students launch a new career path with a post-secondary degree for over 70 years. PTI prides themselves on being attuned to the job market, keeping its curriculum current to ensure their students are successful after graduation. As the school evolved, their communications stack stayed the same, costing PTI time and money. Using Twilio, PTI overhauled their SIP-based call center… Read More

Building Video Applications on Android

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Context is everything, and there’s nothing more annoying than using a mobile application and then being told you need to switch to a different app to communicate with other users or technical support. In my last blog post I showed you how to add IP communications into an existing application using the Twilio IP Messaging SDK for Android. Twilio also offers a Video SDK which can be used to… Read More

Building an automated assistant with .NET MVC6, Entity Framework and Twilio on a Mac

Building an automated assistant with .NET MVC6, Entity Framework and Twilio on a Mac

A few months back I showed you how I used Twilio to build my own personal assistant that would keep tabs with my Google Calendar and call into all my meetings for me. Ever since I started using it I have managed to not only keep up with all my conference calls but also spend more time remembering about the other things I can’t automate… yet. I… Read More

Getting started with ASP.NET 5 and Visual Studio Code on a Mac

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During Build 2015 Microsoft announced a bunch of new tools aimed at helping developers build cross platform applications. Amongst the announcements, they let us know that ASP.NET was now available and ready to run on Mac and Linux natively. Up until this point there has been a few different ways to get .NET applications running on Unix systems but none of them were truly native or supported… Read More

Making and Receiving Phone Calls with .Net MVC

I usually get people at hackathons asking me about how to get started with the Twilio .Net Helper Library. My default answer is to always point people to the excellent series of blog posts showing how to use the library written by my colleague Devin. The thing about hackathons though is that sometimes people just want to get on with things and finish an implementation as soon as they can. This can… Read More

Share Your Pride With Twilio MMS and Pridefy.com

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Last week, the Supreme Court gave us a fantastic reason to celebrate, legalizing gay marriage in the U.S. At Twilio HQ, we celebrated alongside our friends and co-workers, in spirit with hundreds of thousands of men and women across the country and abroad. Twitter put out a super easy way to add the signature rainbow heart to your tweet with the hashtag #LoveWins. Facebook offered an… Read More

Passwordless SMS Authentication Using Xamarin

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Let’s face it: passwords are a liability. If a password is easy enough to remember it’s probably not secure. This leads to using applications such as 1Password to manage very secure passwords for us. It’s not an ideal situation but it works. It works right up until major websites get their databases hacked. Chances are someone has seen one of your beloved passwords before. Take a… Read More