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commit b9a208e6eca14b3075be2c6692c744749b24ab2f 1 parent 5916137
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  1. +8 −6 docs/browser.rst
  2. +5 −5 docs/callin.rst
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14 docs/browser.rst
@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@ Into the Browser
Using Twilio Client
-------------------
-Using Twilio Client, we can be hooked into the full power of the Twilio API
+Using Twilio Client, we can hook in to the full power of the Twilio API
from your Web Browser. This includes the ability to make and receive phone
calls, opening up the world of telephony to your dynamic web applications.
@@ -19,17 +19,17 @@ How Client Works
This is what an outbound Client call looks like:
-1. Your server creates a Capability Token with the Application Sid you would
+1. Your server creates a `Capability Token`_ with the Application Sid you would
like to use to handle outbound calls.
-2. User triggers a ``connect()`` action in the ``twilio.js`` Javascript library.
+2. A user triggers a ``connect()`` action in the ``twilio.js`` Javascript library.
3. Twilio looks up the Application Sid for the Client, and retrieves the Voice
URL for that application.
4. Twilio makes an HTTP request to the Voice URL and plays the TwiML it
retrieves back to the user's browser.
-To connect an inbound call to your Client browser, generate a Capability Token
-that allows incoming connections. Then return this TwiML in response to an
-inbound call:
+To connect an inbound call to your Client browser, generate a `Capability
+Token`_ that allows incoming connections. Then return this TwiML in response to
+an inbound call:
.. code-block:: xml
@@ -39,6 +39,8 @@ inbound call:
</Dial>
</Response>
+.. _Capability Token: http://www.twilio.com/docs/client/capability-tokens
+
Creating an Application
-----------------------
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10 docs/callin.rst
@@ -265,15 +265,15 @@ Parameter Description
QueuePosition The current queue position for the enqueued call.
QueueSid The SID of the Queue that the caller is in.
QueueTime The time in seconds that the caller has been in the queue.
-AvgQueueTime An average of how long time the current enqueued callers has been in the queue.
+AvgQueueTime The average amount of time the currently enqueued callers have been in the queue.
CurrentQueueSize The current number of enqueued calls in this queue.
================ ===========
-Utilizing this information, we can inform our users what position they are in
-the queue and how long they can expect to wait before an answer.
+Using this information, we can inform our users what position they are in the
+queue and how long they can expect to wait before an answer.
-Remember to change the ``waitUrlMethod`` from ``GET`` to ``POST`` now that we are using
-``POST`` data for the ``waitUrl``
+Remember to change the ``waitUrlMethod`` from ``GET`` to ``POST`` now that we
+are using ``POST`` data for the ``waitUrl``.
.. code-block:: python
:emphasize-lines: 12, 15-22
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