Mobile phones are ubiquitous and convenient but there are times when it’s more practical to be able to receive and place phone calls from a computer. If you’ve called customer service about the tickets you ordered, or anything else, it’s likely the rep you spoke to took your call with a mouse click.
In this post you’ll learn how to build a web application for making and receiving voice calls using these technologies. You’ll see how to integrate a Blazor component with the Twilio Client JS SDK and how to route Twilio calls using ASP.NET Core WebAPI. You’ll also learn how to use TwiML™ (the Twi lio M arkup L anguage) to tell Twilio what to do when a call comes into a Twilio phone number.
The tutorial in this post contains the complete source code and it’s provided under an MIT license so you can incorporate it into your own project.
Continue reading at the Twilio blog: Making Phone Calls from Blazor WebAssembly with Twilio Voice