Automating Updates to Twilio Webhook URLs

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  • twilio-ruby

    A Ruby gem for communicating with the Twilio API and generating TwiML

    After some digging in the Twilio documentation, I found some options to set the webhooks URLs through their ruby gem

  • colorize

    Ruby string class extension. It add some methods to set color, background color and text effect on console easier using ANSI escape sequences.

    Before I start going into more detail, here's the code for the rake task. The dependencies for the rake task are a running ngrok instance, the twilio-ruby gem (I'm using v5.67.1), and if you'd like a pop of color in your terminal to make things easier to spot, the colorize gem

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  • httparty

    :tada: Makes http fun again!

    Usually, my ruby HTTP library of choice is HTTParty but I wanted to set this up using the ruby Net::HTTP lib to keep from introducing another dependency.

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