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Programmable SMS Quickstart

Follow this guide in your favorite server-side programming language to start sending and receiving SMS and MMS messages.

Programmable Voice Quickstart

Get started making outbound phone calls and handling incoming phone calls in your favorite server-side programming language.

Twilio Client Quickstart

Twilio Client enables you to make voice calls from your browser or native mobile applications. Follow along with these in-depth guides to get started on your web or mobile platform.

Programmable Video Quickstart

Get started creating multi-party video conversations in the web browser or in your native mobile app.

Twilio Notify Quickstarts

Twilio Notify makes it easy to notify your users the way they want to be notified. It allows you to build great notification experiences across multiple channels.

TaskRouter Quickstart

With TaskRouter, you can route inbound calls to available workers with the skills necessary to handle those calls. Learn how the TaskRouter server and client-side API work in this in-depth guide.

Programmable Chat Quickstart

Get up and running quickly with Programmable Chat. Build on a starter application for your preferred platform to start sending messages in real time between connected devices.

Twilio Sync Quickstarts

See two-way state synchronization in action, using Sync from the browser or mobile.

Twilio Sync Quickstarts for IoT

In Developer Preview today, Sync is ready to work with off-the-shelf IoT devices using native MQTT clients. This makes Sync the ideal platform to host limitless numbers of devices from the Raspberry Pi to the ultra-constrained ESP8266. Get started today or sign up for the Developer Preview.

Two-factor authentication with Authy Quickstarts

Learn how to add a second factor of authentication to your web application with these quick example applications which incorporate Two-factor Authentication across SMS, voice, soft token, and push authentication.

Twilio Functions Quickstarts

You can use Twilio Functions with Programmable SMS and Voice to send and receive text messages and phone calls without managing your own infrastructure. All you need is a Twilio account and a few lines of Node.js code.