Despite the popularity of such services as messagers, skype, voip, emails, etc. good old-fashioned phone calls remain one of the best and the most popular form of communication for billions of people all over the world. Full Stack Python had prepared a tutorial for you about how to make and receive phone calls from any application with just a few lines of Python code plus a web application programming interface
In the tutorial, example calls will say a snippet of text and put all incoming callers into a recorded conference call.
- Python 2 or 3
- pip and virtualenv to handle application dependencies
- A free Twilio account to use their phone calling web API
- Twilio's Python helper library, version 5.7.0, which is available on PyPI
Twilio is a web application programming interface (API) that software developers can use to add communications such as phone calling, messaging, video and two-factor authentication into their Python applications.
Created app will use the Twilio Python helper library to create an HTTP POST request to Twilio's API.
You can view full tutorial at the Full Stack Python.