Add Twilio SMS Notifications to Your .NET Application Logging

One of the most basic features of virtually every application is some type of logging capability. Logging lets you capture important information about the health and status of your application as its running, and lets your app tell you when it needs something or isn’t feeling well. NLog is a popular logging framework for .NET applications, which by default it includes a whole bunch of different Targets,… Read More

SMS Messaging Using Twilio and Outlook 2010

Microsoft Outlook is one of the most widely used email clients today, and while most people are familiar with sending and receiving emails using Outlook, many don’t know that Outlook has also had the ability to send and receive text messages. When you combine this ability with the power of Twilio SMS, it becomes very easy to build clients that can leverage text messaging without having… Read More

Twilio for .NET Developers Part 7: SMS & Voice Application Flows using ASP.NET MVC

This is a series of blog posts that introduce and walk you through using the different .NET Helper Libraries that Twilio provides. These libraries simplify using the Twilio REST API for .NET developers, and provide as set of utilities that make it easy to work with TwiML and Twilio Client. Take a look at part one, two, three, four, five and six of the series. Creating SMS &… Read More

Twilio for .NET Developers Part 6: Creating SMS & Voice Application Flows using ASP.NET Web Forms

This is a series of blog posts that introduce and walk you through using the different.NET Helper Libraries that Twilio provides. These libraries simplify using the Twilio REST API for .NET developers, and provide as set of utilities that make it easy to work with TwiML and Twilio Client. Take a look at part one,two, three,  four, and five of the series. Creating SMS and Voice Application Flows using ASP.NET Web Forms So far in this… Read More

Twilio for .NET Developers Part 5: Twilio Client, MVC and WebMatrix Helper Libraries

This is a series of blog posts that introduce and walk you through using the different .NET Helper Libraries that Twilio provides. These libraries simplify using the Twilio REST API for .NET developers, and provide as set of utilities that make it easy to work with TwiML and Twilio Client. Take a look at part one, two, three and four of the series. Twilio Client Helper, MVC Helper… Read More

Twilio for .NET Developers Part 4: Using the Twilio.TwiML Helper Library

This is a series of blog posts that introduce and walk you through using the different .NET Helper Libraries that Twilio provides. These libraries simplify using the Twilio REST API for .NET developers, and provide as set of utilities that make it easy to work with TwiML and Twilio Client. Take a look at part one,  two, and three of the series. Using the Twilio.TwiML Helper Library In… Read More

Twilio for .NET Developers Part 3: Using the Twilio REST API Helper Library

This is a series of blog posts that introduce and walk you through using the different .NET Helper Libraries that Twilio provides. These libraries simplify using the Twilio REST API for .NET developers, and provide as set of utilities that make it easy to work with TwiML and Twilio Client. Make sure to read part one and part two of the series. Using the Twilio REST API… Read More

Twilio for .NET Developers Part 2: Adding Twilio Helper Libraries to your Project

This is part two of a series of blog posts that walk you through using the different .NET Helper Libraries that Twilio provides. These libraries simplify using the Twilio REST API for .NET developers, and provide as set of utilities that make it easy to work with TwiML and Twilio Client. Read part one here.  Adding Twilio Helper Libraries to your Project Twilio uses NuGet, Microsoft’s open-source package… Read More