About twilio

Twilio, Inc.

Twilio is a cloud communications (IaaS) company based in San Francisco, California. Twilio allows software developers to programmatically make and receive phone calls and send and receive text messages using its web service APIs. Twilio's services are accessed over HTTP and are billed based on usage. As of October 2012, more than 150,000 developers use the service.

website: twilio.com

About twiliofaces

"Why don't you use twilio in java ee way?"

when i discovered twilio services/api, reading some blog, i thought 2 things: first i have been waiting for a long time to meet this service (in italy twilio services began one year ago), secondly i want to use twilio in java in more simple way. I started to think about creating jsf tags to generate quickly twiml code or how to inject the request parameters in java controller, wihout using boring methods...Today the coding is advanced, but i have some ideas to improve the project...

About me

fiorenzo pizza

Fiorenzo Pizza is Senior Software Engineer at Ict-Group, where he currently works on developing systems for big enteprise customers.
He is also the author of GiavaCMS, a content management system to create dynamic web sites using Java EE 6 technologies cdi/ejb31 and jsf2, most of them currently run on the Openshift platform and JBoss 7 by Red Hat.
He has a background as a researcher at the University of Bologna at the project S.W.I.M.M. "Multimodal Interactive Services for the Web" heavily using java EE technologies.
His latest project is Twiliofaces, an open-source component library created to integrate Twilio services with Java EE 6 Technologies.

contact me: fiorenzo.pizza@gmail.com or fiorenzino@gmail.com

Contact

Do you want collaborate with us?
Do you like this project?
Questions?
Please send me an email!

fiorenzo.pizza@gmail.com

Github code

Fork the twiliofaces repository on GitHub
and clone it to your local PC.

Get Started

Copy the Twiliofaces JAR file into your /WEB-INF/lib directory, or include all required Maven dependencies in your pom.xml!