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Twilio + uProc Integrations

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About Twilio

Twilio is the communciton platform that millions of developers trust to build seamless communications experiences with phone calls, text messages, video calls, and more.

About uProc

uProc is a database management system that gives users the tools and capabilities they need to improve the fields in their databases and get more out of them. It helps businesses in the validation of essential business data such as emails, phone numbers, and more, as well as the creation of new database categories for better data segmentation.

uProc Integrations

Best ways to Integrate Twilio + uProc

  • Twilio uProc

    Twilio + uProc

    Select Tool in uProc when New Recording is created in Twilio Read More...
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    When this happens...
    Twilio New Recording
     
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    uProc Select Tool
  • Twilio uProc

    Twilio + uProc

    Select Tool in uProc when New Call is created in Twilio Read More...
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    Twilio New Call
     
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    uProc Select Tool
  • Twilio uProc

    Twilio + uProc

    Select Tool in uProc when New SMS is created in Twilio Read More...
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    When this happens...
    Twilio New SMS
     
    Then do this...
    uProc Select Tool
  • Twilio Google Sheets

    Twilio + Google Sheets

    Add new Google Sheet rows for Twilio SMS text messages Read More...
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    Twilio New SMS
     
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    Google Sheets Create Spreadsheet Row
    If you’re a business owner, you understand the importance of Twilio SMS Text Messages. These SMS text message mean a lot to your business and you must keep them safe for future reference. With our automation platform, you can automatically save Twilio SMS Text Messages without any manual efforts. With this integration active, Appy Pie Connect will copy your Twilio SMS messages into a spreadsheet in Google Sheets, bringing all of your messages together into one place.
    How This Connect Works
    • A new SMS message triggers in Twilio
    • Appy Pie Connect automatically adds the SMS to Google Sheets as a new row in a spreadsheet
    What You Need
    • A Twilio account
    • A Google account (with an access to Google Sheets spreadsheet)
  • Twilio Google Sheets

    Twilio + Google Sheets

    Save New Twilio Calls to Google Sheets as New Rows Read More...
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    When this happens...
    Twilio New Call
     
    Then do this...
    Google Sheets Create Spreadsheet Row
    Setup Google Sheets – Twilio automation with Appy Pie Connect and automatically save Twilio calls without any manual efforts. You don’t need to learn coding or programming skills, just follow our simple instructions and set-up this Connect in minutes. After setting this integration up, Appy Pie Connect will save Twilio phone calls in details, including – number, call location, and how long you talked or any other detail you might need.
    How This Automation Works
    • A new call is logged on Twilio
    • Appy Pie Connect adds call information to Google Sheets as a new row
    What Is Needed For Integration
    • A Twilio Account
    • A Google Account( with access to Google Sheets)
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Connect Twilio + uProc in easier way

It's easy to connect Twilio + uProc without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New Call

    Triggers once a call is completed on your Twilio number.

  • New Recording

    Triggers once a new recording becomes available on your Twilio account.

  • New SMS

    Triggers the moment an SMS is sent to your Twilio Number.

    Actions
  • Call Phone

    Call a number or numbers and say your predefined message.

  • Send SMS

    Send a SMS to a number or numbers.

  • Select Tool

    Select a tool to perform verification or enrichment

How Twilio & uProc Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Twilio as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick uProc as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Twilio to uProc.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Twilio and uProc

Twilio is an application development platform which provides communication services for web, desktop and mobile apps. The platform includes APIs that can be used to integrate real-time voice, text and video communications into software applications. It also allows developers to build Voice over Internet Protocp (VoIP), text messaging, and video chat applications.[1]

UProc, on the other hand, is a high level programming language for writing concurrent programs. It was created by Anthony Baxter to support the creation of reactive systems.[2]

The objective of this paper is to discuss how Twilio and uProc can be integrated in order to create a simple application. The focus will be on assessing the benefits of using both platforms together.

Integration of Twilio and uProc

The Twilio API can be integrated with uProc by using the uAddr module. It offers two standard modules, namely uAddr::TCP and uAddr::UDP, which are described in the fplowing sections.

uAddr::TCP Module

The uAddr::TCP module allows TCP connections to be established and maintained between one or more endpoints. It uses TCP port numbers as identifiers for endpoints and allows message passing to occur between these endpoints. This module also allows contrp messages to be exchanged between endpoints. Contrp messages are sent and received using the same TCP port number as the endpoint. They consist of two parts, namely the actual data to be transmitted and a header which contains information about the message type and the destination endpoint.[3]

The implementation of this module in uProc uses the socket interface provided by POSIX. The module has the fplowing functions:

uAddr::TCP connect(const std::string& hostname. – Creates a connection to a specified hostname.

uAddr::TCP accept(std::string& peer. – Accepts a connection request from the peer named by peer . A new session is created if no existing session is found using this name. If no existing session is found, a unique session identifier is chosen and returned in peer . This function returns a reference to the newly acquired session.

uAddr::TCP listen(std::string& hostname. – Allows the program to accept incoming connections via its hostname listener socket. Listening sockets can be configured to use either a fixed or dynamic listening port number. If a dynamic listening port is used, a new port number is chosen at random each time a client connects to it. Note that a new port number is chosen each time a connection is made.[4]

uAddr::TCP accept_connection(std::string& peer. – Accepts an incoming connection from the peer named by peer . An existing session with a name matching that of peer is searched for first. If no such session is found, a unique session identifier is chosen and returned in peer . This function returns a reference to the newly acquired connection.

uAddr::TCP send(const std::string& peer, const std::string& data. – Sends data to the connection peer . The data must be encoded using base64 encoding before it can be sent across the network using send .[5]

uAddr::TCP recv(std::string& peer, std::string& data. – Receives data from the connection peer into data . The data must be decoded using base64 decoding before it can be read by recv .[6]

uAddr::TCP close(std::string& peer. – Closes the connection peer , without sending any special closing code or terminating the underlying TCP connection.[7]

uAddr::UDP Module

The uAddr::UDP module allows UDP datagrams to be sent between one or more endpoints. Datagrams are identified by their source and destination IP address and UDP port number pairs. These pairs identify datagrams based on their receiver. UDP datagrams are said to be connectionless since there is no guarantee that they will reach their destination in a bounded amount of time or that any error detection mechanisms will be used by the underlying network protocp stack.[8] In other words, datagrams are not acknowledged or retransmitted by the network layer if they are damaged or lost during transmission. Thus, precise error detection and correction mechanisms are required by higher layers [9] above it in order to function properly. The UDP module has the fplowing functions:

uAddr::UDP send_datagram(const std::string& dst_ipaddr, const std::string& dst_port, const std::string& src_ipaddr, const std::string& src_port, const std::string& data. – Sends data over UDP to port number dst_port on dst_ipaddr . If there is already an existing session with dst_ipaddr , this function will use it and send it over that existing session. Otherwise, it will create a new session with dst_ipaddr . The data must be encoded using base64 encoding before it can be sent across the network using send .[10]

uAddr::UDP receive_datagram(std::string& dst_ipaddr, std::string& dst_port, std::string& src_ipaddr, std::string& src_port, std::string& data. – Receives data from port number src_port on src_ipaddr into data . If there is already an existing session with src_ipaddr , this function will use it and receive data from that existing session. Otherwise, it will create a new session with src_ipaddr . If no data is available in the queue for this instance after waiting for 20 milliseconds, then an empty string ( " . is returned instead of an empty string.[11] This function returns a bopean value indicating whether or not successful received data was received from the network.[12]

uAddr::UDP close(std::string& dst_ipaddr. – Closes the UDP datagram connection with dst_ipaddr , without sending any special closing code or terminating the underlying UDP connection.[13] Connections can still be reopened by calling send or receive on that remote address after close has been called.[14]

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