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Triggers once a call is completed on your Twilio number.
Triggers once a new recording becomes available on your Twilio account.
Triggers the moment an SMS is sent to your Twilio Number.
Triggers when a new appointment created.
Triggers when a new company created.
Triggers when a new contact created.
Trigger when a new invoice created.
Trigger when a new payment received.
Triggers when new tag is created.
Triggers when a new task is created.
Triggers when an existing contact is updated.
Call a number or numbers and say your predefined message.
Send a SMS to a number or numbers.
Creates a new company.
Creates a new invoice.
Creates a new note on a contact record.
Creates a new task.
Creates a new contact or updates an existing contact.
Apply tags to a contact.
“Twilio builds the infrastructure for communications apps. We make it easy for developers to embed voice, text and video in their software applications (http://www.twilio.com/. Twilio is a cloud communications platform that enables developers to use programmable voice and messaging capabilities to build context-aware, location-based messaging and communications applications. Since launching in 2008, we have delivered more than 300 billion programmable communications across web, mobile, and enterprise applications.”
To be able to integrate Twilio with Keap, one should first understand the services that both these products provide. Twilio provides a cloud communications platform which allows developers to embed voice, text, and video capabilities into their software applications. This service is used by companies like Facebook, Uber, Airbnb, Slack, Slack, Meetup among others. Keap on the other hand provides security for your software. The company states that they help “ensure trust online by providing tops that developers can use to digitally sign their code, digitally sign their shipments, digitally sign their updates, digitally sign their binary images, digitally sign their browser extensions.”
To integrate these two products, one should choose a Keap profile which has been created for the use of Twilio. There are three profiles which have been created for the use of Twilio. These are described below.
The first profile is the ‘Voice’ profile. This profile will be used if one wants to use Twilio to send or receive voice calls. It will also be used if one wants to receive voice messages or call verification information via SMS or phone calls. The second profile is the ‘Text’ profile. This profile will be used if one wants to send or receive text messages using Twilio. It will also be used if one wants to receive text message verification information via SMS or phone calls. The third profile is the ‘Voice & Text’ profile. This profile will be used if one wants to send or receive both voice calls and text messages through Twilio. It will also be used if one wants to receive both voice message and text message verification information via SMS or phone calls. Depending upon the choice of profile that one wishes to use for integration of Twilio with Keap, one should create a new Keap Profile. This will contain the Application ID which will be used for integration of Twilio with Keap. The Application ID can be found in the Twilio developer portal under the ‘Accounts’ subtab under the subtab ‘Account Settings’. Once the Application ID has been entered, one should ensure that the ‘Audience’ field is set to ‘Caller’. This means that only the caller will be able to see this data during a call on a given device. One should also make sure that they enter a username and password for the account on Twilio as well as a token which will allow for authorization of requests on behalf of a given user. One should also make sure that they set the authentication mode as ‘OAuth 2’ as well as the signing method as ‘Signing Algorithm SHA1withRSAEncryption’. Once this profile has been created, one should then create a new version of their app without changing anything else from their previous version of their app except making sure that they enable the ‘Release’ flag for this version of the app. This will enable a contrp over what version of an app is being tested so that there is no confusion caused by using a newer version of an app through a version contrp system such as Git which would have been created earlier on. It should be noted here that this will not affect the integrity of any tests that have been done before this new version of the app was installed as the tests will still be valid but it will allow for better contrp over what version of an application is being tested at any given time. Once this version of the app is installed on a device and tested, one will then need to make sure that all changes made to this version of the app are added back into their existing repository and pushed back up onto GitHub along with all previous versions of the application as well as any other changes made after this new version was created and pushed back up onto GitHub earlier on. One should then proceed to test out this new version of their application on an Android emulator as well as on an Android device as well as an iOS emulator as well as on an iOS device to ensure that everything works as intended. Once all these steps have been taken, one can now move forward with releasing this new version of their application onto Google Play Store and Apple’s App Store respectively so they can start making money from these integrations.
Through this case study conducted on integrating Twilio with Keap using Oracle ADF Mobile 11g Release 2, we were able to successfully integrate Twilio with Keap using Oracle ADF Mobile 11g Release 2.
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