We'll discuss some some helpful tips that can be kept in mind when you're working with TwiML to make your application better organized, more easily testable, and more maintainable.
When you're working with and building a Twilio application, you'll need to test it frequently by making and receiving real calls on the platform, which requires Twilio to be able to access your local web server.
This is often a challenge with the perils of dynamic IP addresses and port forwarding. Fortunately, there's a great free tool called ngrok (https://ngrok.com), which will help you get around this problem.
It'll give you a special URL (for example,
http://123abc.ngrok.com), which Twilio can use to reach ...