Twilio's REST APIs are accessed over HTTP, that is to say, you make an HTTP request with the appropriate method, which is either
DELETE, and Twilio responds with data that represents the object you've created, read, updated, or deleted.
Fortunately, Twilio make our lives easier by providing API libraries in a range of languages. These are wrappers around the raw HTTP requests that Twilio understands, letting us interact with the API in a way that fits with the language we're working in.
At the time of writing, first-party API libraries (that is, libraries built by Twilio) are available in PHP, Ruby, Java, C#, Python, Node.js, and Apex (Salesforce's proprietary language). We'll want to use these when working ...