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Twilio

twiliochat with Servlets

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Java implementation of Twilio Chat

Run the application

  1. Clone the repository and cd into it.

  2. Copy the sample configuration file and edit it to match your configuration.

    $ cp .env.example .env

You can find your TWILIO_ACCOUNT_SID in your Twilio Account Settings. For TWILIO_API_KEY and TWILIO_API_SECRET you need to go here. There youl'll be able to create a new API key obtaining the two required values, SID and SECRET. For TWILIO_CHAT_SERVICE_SID you can go here, where you must create a Programmable Chat Messaging Service. When the service is created you'll have access to the service's SID.

  1. Load the configuration file:

    $ source .env
  2. Run the application using gretty gradle plugin.

$ ./gradlew appRun

Now you can access the application at http://localhost:8080/twiliochat-servlets.

Expose your localhost to the internet

If you want your chat application to be reachable publicly in the internet, you can use a service like ngrok.

  1. Expose the application to the wider Internet

    $ ngrok http 8080

Dependencies

This application uses this Twilio helper library:

Run the tests

  1. Run at the top-level directory:

    $ ./gradlew test
  2. Run javascript tests:

    $ cd src/main/webapp/ && npm install && npm test

Meta

  • No warranty expressed or implied. Software is as is. Diggity.
  • MIT License
  • Lovingly crafted by Twilio Developer Education.
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