Bandwidth is a communication service that allows users to add voice and SMS services to software and applications. The service includes access to local numbers, and scalable pricing. The Bandwidth API allows users to make calls to get information about an account, get a list of transactions made on an account, as well as calls for phone numbers, messages, calls, media, applications, errors, and other resources. The API uses REST calls. An account is required with service.
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The Bandwidth Ruby Sample Code by Bandwidth presents how to interact with the API. It demonstrates Dolphin App, Chaos Conference, Sip App, and Transcription app to provide examples of audio, conference, calls, and transcription respectively.
The Bandwidth Node.js Sample Code by Bandwidth demonstrates API interaction, providing DolphinApp, ChaosConference, SipApp, and TranscriptionApp. Such projects display how to integrate voice, conferencing, and transcription features.
The Bandwidth .NET Sample Code by Bandwidth demonstrates API interaction, providing various apps that use telecommunications features. Examples include SipApp, a project that makes calls directly to accounts; TranscriptionApp, that sends transcribed conversation to a text; and ConferenceWithAgentApp, that allows 2 participants in a call.
The Bandwidth Java Sample Code by Bandwidth demonstrates how to interact with the API, providing code to create HelloFlipperServlet, complete and ChaosCorpServlet, still in process. For additional information, contact email@example.com