The Twilio C# library created by Twilio affords to write code in C# to make HTTP requests to the API. Installation and usage guide are available. Because the API features implementation with telephony, voice, and messaging services, Twilio offers quick start guides in which users can receive income calls, make ongoing calls, send and receive messages, and make authorized requests.
Most companies need help with their phone support. Parents want a safe way to let their kids to call relatives without sharing their increasingly-important mobile phone. And businesses have an insatiable appetite for better sales information or help hiring great developers. All of these problems are solved in the most recent contest from telephony-as-a-service provider (and ProgrammableWeb sponsor) Twilio. The company typically runs a weekly contest for its Twilio API, but gave devs twice as long for this mega-contest, which also produced five winners.
And you thought that faxing was a thing of the past. At Phaxio, it's so new that it doesn't even use XML. The JSON-only Phaxio API lets you send faxes for 7 cents per page and you can get a confirmation of each fax’s total cost through the API itself. Account level information is available as well. Detailed information about all faxes sent over a specific time period can also be retrieved from the API.
Popular messaging platform Slack today announced the beta launch of Shared Channels, "a new kind of channel that connects two separate groups, creating a common space for both sides to make use of Slack’s communication features and platform integrations when working together."