As of release 5.6.0, Beta and Developer Preview products are now exposed via
twilio-python artifact. Releases of the
alpha branch have been
If you were using the
alpha release line, you should be able to switch back
to the normal release line without issue.
If you were using the normal release line, you should now see several new product lines that were historically hidden from you due to their Beta or Developer Preview status. Such products are explicitly documented as Beta/Developer Preview both in the Twilio docs and console, as well as through in-line code documentation here in the library.
Twilio REST API and TwiML Libraries for .NET
Twilio provides a simple HTTP-based API for sending and receiving phone calls and text messages. Learn more at http://www.twilio.com
Adding Twilio libraries to your .NET project
The best and easiest way to add the Twilio libraries to your .NET project is to use the NuGet package manager.
With Visual Studio IDE
From within Visual Studio, you can use the NuGet GUI to search for and install the Twilio NuGet package. Or, as a shortcut, simply type the following command into the Package Manager Console:
With .NET Core Command Line Tools
If you are building with the .NET Core command line tools, then you can run the following command from within your project directory:
dotnet add package Twilio
The examples below show how to have your application initiate and outbound phone call and send an SMS message using the Twilio .NET helper library:
TwilioClient.Init("ACCOUNT_SID", "AUTH_TOKEN"); var call = CallResource.Create( new PhoneNumber("+11234567890"), from: new PhoneNumber("+10987654321"), url: new Uri("https://my.twiml.here") ); Console.WriteLine(call.Sid); var message = MessageResource.Create( new PhoneNumber("+11234567890"), from: new PhoneNumber("+10987654321"), body: "Hello World!" ); Console.WriteLine(message.Sid);
// TwiML classes can be created as standalone elements var gather = new Gather(numDigits: 1, action: new Uri("hello-monkey-handle-key.cshtml"), method: HttpMethod.Post) .Say("To speak to a real monkey, press 1. Press 2 to record your own monkey howl. Press any other key to start over."); // Attributes can be set directly on the object gather.Timeout = 100; gather.MaxSpeechTime = 200 // Arbitrary attributes can be set by calling set/getOption var dial = new Dial().SetOption("myAttribute", 200) .SetOption("newAttribute", false); // Or can be created and attached to a response directly using helper methods var response = new VoiceResponse() .Say("Hello Monkey") .Play(new Uri("http://demo.twilio.com/hellomonkey/monkey.mp3")) .Append(gather) .Append(dial); // Serialize the TwiML objects to XML string Console.WriteLine(response); /* <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <Response> <Say>Hello Monkey</Say> <Play>http://demo.twilio.com/hellomonkey/monkey.mp3</Play> <Gather numDigits="1" action="hello-monkey-handle-key.cshtml" method="POST" timeout="100" maxSpeechTime="200"> <Say>To speak to a real monkey, press 1. Press 2 to record your own monkey howl. Press any other key to start over.</Say> </Gather> <Dial myAttribute="200" newAttribute="false"></Dial> </Response> */
Migrating from earlier versions
The alpha version is no longer necessary. All Twilio products are available in the main-line library.
If you need help installing or using the library, please contact Twilio Support at email@example.com first. Twilio's Support staff are well-versed in all of the Twilio Helper Libraries, and usually reply within 24 hours.
If you've instead found a bug in the library or would like new features added, go ahead and open issues or pull requests against this repo!