TwHello, Inc. Launches an Online Development Platform for Twilio-Powered Telecom Systems

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The TwHello IDE enables web developers to build intelligent and scalable communication systems. With a Drag-n-Drop GUI and a JavaScript Runtime in the Cloud, TwHello opens Twilio-powered telecom to a new class of developer.

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TwHello lets JavaScript developers build Enterprise telecom systems.

TwHello, Inc. launches an online development platform that allows JavaScript developers to build Twilio-powered telecom systems as easily as building a website on Weebly. By building upon the innovations of Amazon Web Services and Twilio’s cloud API, TwHello opens the development of complex and scalable communication systems to the professional web developer.

“TwHello takes care of the boring back-end stuff, letting developers focus on their clients' requirements,” stated an engineer at TwHello. “Our platform does the hard work of integrating with the Twilio API, controlling call flow and managing the server infrastructure. A developer can get a prototype up and running in minutes.”

The TwHello development platform is an online IDE and JavaScript editor. Users design Twilio-based applications with a flow-chart-like, drag-n-drop interface. Call interactivity is programmed and executed in JavaScript. The TwHello JavaScript library supports access to database and file storage, REST API communication, simple Saleforce integration and Google Analytics tracking. Users deploy their applications to TwHello’s cloud service on AWS, avoiding infrastructure maintenance and IT costs.

“Technology is democratizing Enterprise development,” said the CEO of TwHello. “You don’t have to be a corporate giant with a fat wallet to compete anymore. One-man shops have access to massive hardware infrastructure with the Amazon and Google clouds. APIs like Twilio expose complex telecom services for everybody. TwHello continues that trend. Now, web developers and small web firms can add to their portfolios using the skills they already have.”

Companies and developers interested in learning more about the TwHello development platform can visit The service is currently in public beta and free to demo. TwHello plans on going production-ready with a pay-by-usage model by Spring 2014.

Founded in 2013, TwHello, Inc. is a startup company based in Irvine, CA. Investor information can be found at

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