Building a voice app with Node, Twilio, Compose and Heroku - Part 2
So in my previous post I gave you a brief overview of what it was that I was trying to achieve here. Use a load of decent APIs to create a service that doesn’t exist right now (probably for a reason?).
The idea is to create a service that I can call from a phone and retrieve phone numbers that I’ve put in to a website, and be connected. You enter in a user ID and your PIN code, and you can choose from a list, and eventually be put through. This could be useful if your phone has run out of battery or you can’t get to your contacts for some reason. As I said, this might not be useful to anyone - but my phone is always giving up on me so I thought might as well try.
Setting up the project
So when express-generator creates your project - it gives you a load of scaffolding structure for your site - and for us, that’s perfect. The structure looks like this:
twilio-numbers/ -- bin/ --
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