Steve Marx looks at the question of how many status codes an API should have. Following a pragmatic approach, he recommends a minimal number that still meets an audience’s needs.
Twilio APIs (7)
||The Lookups API offers information about a phone number such as region-specific formatting, carrier details, and caller name information. Each request can obtain 1 or more types of data. This API...||Telephony||08.23.2016|
||The Sync API is used to build in-app collaborations across platforms. Its basic functions include: document retrieval, map creation, and list retrieval. Additionally, the Sync API can improve real-...||Telephony||08.02.2016|
||The Twilio Notify REST API allows developers to access and integrate the notification functionality of Twilio with other applications. The API allows users to send notifications through messaging...||Telephony||05.29.2016|
||The Twilio Pricing API is a REST API that provides tools for developers to pull real time, account-specific pricing for Twilio's voice and phone number products. Some of the resources offered with...||Telephony||11.24.2015|
||Twilio Client allows browsers and devices to receive and send voice calls. This API could be valuable to integrate softphones, web conferencing, and click-to-talk services in applications. The site...||Telephony||09.24.2014|
Twilio launched a beta trial for its new Notify API. The API represents a single, user-centric API that gives developers programmatic control over notifications to users in the format, and on the device most desired. Twilio hopes to send the right message, at the right time, to the right user.