What is the Serverless Toolkit?
There are two ways you can use the toolkit. If you are already using the Twilio CLI, you can install it via a plugin. Alternatively, you can use the toolkit as a standalone using twilio-run via npm or another Node.js package manager.
Throughout the docs, you can switch in the code snippets between Twilio-CLI and Bash Session to get the commands for both versions.
Let's work together
Everything in this toolkit is released under Twilio Labs and fully open-source. If you find any problems with this, please file an issue or even create a pull request to work together with us on the toolkit. We would love to hear your ideas and feedback!
Project Structure & Contributing
The project is broken down into a variety of repositories. If you just want to file an issue feel free to file it under this project if you don't know where it belongs. For pull requests, please check out the right project and check out their respective contributing guides.
To understand more about the structure and the design of the Toolkit check out the design documentation.
twilio-run- The underlying CLI tool
plugin-serverless- Exposes the
twilio-runCLI into the Twilio CLI
create-twilio-function- Handles templating and bootstrapping of new projects and Functions
serverless-api- The module used to interact with the actual Serverless API
function-templates- The templates used by the toolkit to create new Functions
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