We are super excited to announce a new integration this month – Twilio Client SDK. In their own words:
Twilio.js allows you to establish audio connections between a web browser and a Twilio Application. This means you can open inbound and outbound audio connections to Twilio for building soft phones, walkie-talkies, conference calls, click-to-talk systems, and more, all from the browser.
We created the callstats-twilio-client.min.js, which is a shim layer and integrates callstats.io features into the Twilio’s Client SDK. Additionally, the sample code app will help get developers started with integrating the shim. We are running the sample app at: twilioapp.callstats.io/client?client=tommy, when testing ask another person to join in, just change the client name in the URL (e.g.,
If you are using the Twilio Client SDK, you can start using the integration by signing up for a free developer account at dashboard.callstats.io.
Three simple steps to integrate callstats.io:
- Step 1: Include callstats-twilio-client.min.js
- Step 2: Authenticating the localUserID with callstats.io
- Step 3:
- (a) Caller (e.g. Alice): starts the call
- (b) Callee (e.g. Bob): receives the call