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Twilio API for WhatsApp Quickstarts

The Twilio API for WhatsApp is the quickest way to integrate two-way messaging on WhatsApp into your web application. Using the same Twilio API mechanics you know, quickly add WhatsApp capabilities to your communications options.

Just looking for how to get started? After the below links we show the general steps you'll need to take to get started with WhatsApp and Twilio.

Twilio API for WhatsApp Quickstarts

Our Twilio API for WhatsApp Quickstart shows you a common WhatsApp integration using 6 popular web languages as well as cURL. If you're looking for the fastest way to test the ins and outs of working with WhatsApp in Twilio, try the quickstart in your language of choice or cURL:

Sending a Message with the Twilio API for WhatsApp

Just how easy is it to send messages via WhatsApp and the Twilio API? Once you're set up, here's how you'll send messages for 6 web languages and cURL.

        Use the Twilio API for WhatsApp to send a message using 6 languages and cURL.

        Send a Message with WhatsApp

        Use the Twilio API for WhatsApp to send a message using 6 languages and cURL.

        Build WhatsApp bots

        Learn how to build AI-powered Chatbots to classify what user's text in, ask questions to collect data, and answer frequently (or infrequently) asked questions with Twilio Autopilot.

        Learn more about Autopilot
        Tutorial: How to build a Chatbot
        Docs: Connect Whatsapp to Autopilot

        What's Next with WhatsApp?

        The quickstart will take you down the quickest path to a WhatsApp integration. For more advanced integrations and details about working with WhatsApp, Twilio, and the Twilio API for WhatsApp see our full API Reference and Overview.

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