Status 2010-06-30

Coordinator
Mar 28, 2010 at 2:51 AM

Version 0.1.0 Beta has been posted - all source, all samples, everything. See the release notes for info.

Notable issues that will be addressed for the next beta:

  • SMS not implemented yet (REST or TwiML)
  • Could use more samples (any volunteers?)
  • Examples not well documented, could cause confusion
  • Minimal error handling could be improved
  • Some Account functions missing, like you can't yet get a list of Conference Participants
  • Need more docs here on CodePlex to explain various components

All comments are welcome here.

Please create new items in the Issue Tracker for specific issues that need attention.

Coordinator
Apr 10, 2010 at 8:11 AM

Update 2010-Apr-09 : Release 0.2.0 Beta is underway with Issue Tracker items being processed. Please be sure to create tracker items for any issues found or features desired.

Coordinator
Jun 21, 2010 at 5:14 AM

Update 2010-June-20 : v0.2.0 Beta was published today with some Issue Tracker items addressed and a number of internal enhancements.

This release is a Release Candidate for v1.0.0 Production. The only open issues in the tracker are low impact fixes and medium priority enhancements.
It is expected that TSL.NET should be usable for production applications and all inbound/outbound calls/SMS functionality.

Developer feedback is needed to validate this effort. Please make use of this SDK for your Twilio development.

Coordinator
Jul 1, 2010 at 1:15 AM

Update 2010-June-30 : v0.2.1 was published today with more Issue Tracker items addressed.

v0.2.0 had big holes in the SMS processing but it looks like those have all been addressed.
Developers are now encouraged to use this release for production development.

As stated before: This is the latest Release Candidate for v1.0.0 Production. The only open issues in the tracker are low impact fixes and medium priority enhancements.

Developer feedback is needed to validate this effort. Please make use of this SDK for your Twilio development.

I'm honored that this project was profiled yesterday on the Twilio Blog.