This is the first part of our series on push technologies. This article will look at Webhooks, explaining what they are, how they work and why they are well suited to use cases where the underlying data is constantly refreshing. We will also look at examples of APIs that are supporting this style.
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|Twilio Programmable Video||The Twilio Programmable Video REST API allows you to control video applications from a back-end server via HTTP requests. It provides a way to create and complete Rooms, query room status, retrieve...||Video||REST|
|Twilio DataTrack||The DataTrack API allows you to create a DataTrack channel to send low latency messages to zero or more receivers subscribed to the data. It enables you to build collaboration features like...||Messaging||REST|
|Twilio Wireless||The Twilio Wireless (Beta) bridges connectivity between real-world wireless devices and Twilio SIMs. The RESTful API supports only HTTPS-run requests. It returns responses in JSON format. The API’s...||Telephony||REST v1|
|Twilio Add-on Management||The Twilio Add-on Management API is useful for retrieving available or installed add-ons. It also aids the installation of specific add-ons and the management of the extensions that are attributable...||Telephony||REST|
|Twilio Programmable Fax||The Twilio Programmable Fax API supports the integration of fax transmission functionality between apps and fax machines. It allows users to send faxes and access past fax records. The RESTful API...||Telephony||REST v1|
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Twilio has introduced two new APIs for enabling multi-user augmented reality (AR) applications; the DataTrack API and the Media Sync API. The APIs allow developers to build apps that provide a more immersive environment for users and an AR experience that immediately reacts to changes.