Twilio Client for Xamarin – Part 2: iOS


In Part 1 of this series, we introduced the Twilio Client for Xamarin and showed how easy it is to add it to your Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android projects. Now that you know how to install the component, let’s build something with it. It seems like everyone these days is walking around with big phones. With Apple’s recent announcement of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, iOS… Read More

Pusher and Twilio: Making Realtime Functionality Easy

Phil Leggetter is a Developer Evangelist at Pusher, a real-time web hosted service for adding live interactive content to web and mobile apps. He’s been developing and using realtime web technologies for over 10 years. Pusher is one of our favorite APIs and we recently ran into Phil at a telephony meetup in San Francisco where he demoed a very cool Twilio and Pusher hack.  We… Read More

Twilio Powers Epicom’s Universal Click-to-Call for SugarCRM

This is a guest post by Erik Wikman, Engineering Manager at Epicom Corporation. A snow storm totaling 1.25 inches in Austin, Texas this past winter yielded the development of several Twilio-based products including a Universal Click-to-Call plugin for SugarCRM. Epicom responded quickly and developed an emergency SMS system to warn all employees of the unsafe driving conditions. The message was sent out of our SugarCRM system as text messages… Read More

Getting Started with Twilio and Node.js

See the most updated version of this post and our new Node.js module here. Node.js is one of the most talked about frameworks in the web development community since Rails. While still very young, node is being hailed as fast, highly-scalable and efficient. The reason for this is due to node’s event-driven, non-blocking I/O structure. One of the reasons we’re so psyched about node.js is that… Read More

Using Twilio with Node.js by Dusty Candland of Red27 Consulting

Dusty Candland is the founder of Red27 Consulting in Denver, CO. Recently Dusty was working on an app called that uses Node.js with Twilio. Dusty wrote this post to help you get started writing your own Twilio apps running on Node. Recently while working on a Functional Mockup for, we decided to use Node.js and Twilio. Combining these two technologies makes building SMS and… Read More

Customer Video: Michael Yap Combines Twilio & Joget

Michael Yap, a Twilio developer, created this video demo explaining how to combine Twilio and Joget. Joget is a business process tool, and you can read more about it on Michael’s blog. How did you hear about Twilio? I actually read a post from Fred Wilson’s blog about a demo John Britton did in NYC. It was fun, it was personable and certainly very engaging, so… Read More

Announcing the Twilio & Boxee Developer Contest & Hackathon

It was almost a year ago that we announced our first developer contest, and since then we’ve focused on use cases and partnerships to inspire Twilio developers to discover the powerful simplicity of adding telephony to web applications. But why just hack with the telephone?  Our experience with thousands of developers suggests that for communications to be really effective they should be integrated with services people… Read More

Introducing Our Ridiculously Simple Twilio SMS API

Update: This week’s developer contest category is SMS.  Build a Twilio app using SMS and submit by midnight on Sunday, Feb 14th for your chance to win a Netbook. More details on the contest page…  Today we’re excited to announce the launch of our newest product: Twilio SMS. Existing customers already know you can use Twilio to make and receive phone calls, and now you can… Read More