TwHello is WordPress for Twilio

Welcome to our new TwHello blog.  Bookmark this page as it is the first place where TwHello news, updates, tips and previews will appear.

Now, let’s get to what TwHello can do for you.  If you are building voice and messaging applications, using TwHello will…

  1. Make you more money.
  2. Save you time.
  3. Extend your capabilities.

TwHello is to Twilio what WordPress is to blogging.  If you want to start a blog, you don’t start from scratch.  You fire up WordPress and leave the boring back-end stuff to it.  Similarly with Twilio, if you want to build a complex voice app, you don’t start from scratch.  Well, you don’t need to start from scratch any longer.  Just fire up TwHello, configure your call logic and leave the boring back-end stuff to us.  By using TwHello, you can turn around projects more quickly and manage them more cheaply.  That will make you more money and save you time.  TwHello also lets you leverage advanced features right out-of-the-box to easily extend your capabilities.

What is TwHello?
The TwHello development platform is an online IDE and JavaScript editor for Twilio-powered applications.  Users design apps with a flow-chart-like, drag-n-drop UI. Call logic is programmed and executed in JavaScript.  The TwHello JavaScript library supports access to database and file storage, REST API communication, simple Salesforce integration and Google Analytics tracking.  Users deploy their applications to TwHello’s cloud service on AWS, avoiding infrastructure maintenance and IT costs.

Enough chit-chat.  Learn more about TwHello by clicking here.

 

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