kandi X-RAY | ahoy Summary
kandi X-RAY | ahoy Summary
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Determine the properties of the agent
- Renders an event
- Create a new event
- Track events
- Tracks a visit event
- Construct a hash of request parameters
- The user for the user
- Extracts data from JSON data
- Sets a cookie value .
- Checks if the request is excluded .
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Still can't figure out this Cors thing its pretty annoying. Trying to test sending a text from an input to twilio. I want to text from my phone to a dynamic number. I keep getting cors error no matter what i do? I am definitely doing something wrong, am i not allowed to send from local host?
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-23 at 23:05
I just copied your Function, deployed it to my own Twilio account and was able to make successful
fetch requests to it from
However, if I caused an error by, for example, using an incorrect
from number, then I got the CORS error. The issue is that your Function is returning the
response object as the first argument to the
callback function. That argument is reserved for error objects, not for responses, and Twilio Functions will create its own response when it receives an error as the first argument to the callback function. That response does not include CORS headers, so you get the CORS error.
The way to deal with this is to send your response and set the status code on it yourself.
So, update your Function to:
My goal is to send a text in my app. I have hosted at netlify, but also had on localhost:5000, neither worked. I am using svelte and twilio. I am getting the following error:
Access to fetch at 'https://svelte-service-xxxx.twil.io/sms' from origin 'https://xxxxxxx.netlify.app' has been blocked by CORS policy: No 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' header is present on the requested resource. If an opaque response serves your needs, set the request's mode to 'no-cors' to fetch the resource with CORS disabled.
I am using the serverless function in the tutorial and copied all that code. I can't find anything on it? How do i get around this CORS thing?
The tutorial: https://www.twilio.com/blog/send-sms-svelte-twilio-functions Tried this:No 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' header is present on the requested resource—when trying to get data from a REST API
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-21 at 00:00
There are two issues here. First up, you changed the export to ES modules, which is currently unsupported by Twilio Functions. So you have:
Write a program that will decode the secret message by reversing text between square brackets. The message may contain nested brackets (that is, brackets within brackets, such as
One[owT[Three[ruoF]]]). In this case, innermost brackets take precedence, similar to parentheses in mathematical expressions, e.g. you could decode the aforementioned example like this:
In order to make your own task slightly easier and less tricky, you have already replaced all whitespaces in the original text with underscores (“_”) while copying it from the paper version.
The first and only line of the standard input consists of a non-empty string of up to 2 · 106 characters which may be letters, digits, basic punctuation (“,.?!’-;:”), underscores (“_”) and square brackets (“”). You can safely assume that all square brackets are paired correctly, i.e. every opening bracket has exactly one closing bracket matching it and vice versa.
The standard output should contain one line – the decoded secret message without any square brackets.
For sample input:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-01 at 21:32
Assuming the re module can be used, this code does the job:
Given client code that makes an outgoing call like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-08 at 23:38
Twilio developer evangelist here.
Twilio answering machine detection can happen in synchronous or asynchronous mode. From this blog post:
With Async AMD on Twilio, AMD is done asynchronously (hence the name). When the call is answered, a call url is executed immediately, so if a person answers the call rather than voicemail, they can begin interacting with your application without any silence. Then “asynchronously”, or “in parallel”, AMD processes the call audio and determines what answered the call. When AMD processing is complete, the result (the
AnsweredByparameter) is sent to a second URL, the
One key difference between standard AMD and async AMD is how you modify the call once receiving the AMD result. With standard AMD, you have one URL and the result is sent to this URL just like any other outbound-api call. When your URL receives the result, you can check the
AnsweredByparameter and update the call accordingly with TwiML. With Async AMD, your call is already executing TwiML and you instead need to update the call via API.
In your case you are using async AMD, but you are not updating the call via the API.
You have two options. You can choose to use synchronous AMD and you can then respond to the result using TwiML like you are doing so far.
Alternatively, you can continue to use async AMD, but instead of responding to the webhook with TwiML, use the REST API to update the call with the new TwiML or with a new webhook URL.
One thing I would look out for too. Your initial TwiML is very short, your example code shows that it sends
Ahoy there!. It is entirely possible that this TwiML will be completed before an answering machine is detected and since it is the only TwiML for the call, the call would then hang up. You may want to consider using a longer message or pausing so that you can get the result of the AMD.
I have tried changing the code to
onclick, and by
addEventListener, but nothing will display. I have also tried changing the HTML tag to
p. Is this not possible to do? I didn't think the
onclick would be good since the submit button is clicked either way but I tried it to see if I could get it to work anyway.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-30 at 07:33
If the php script is at root level you might try adding something like this to your
scripts.js file but you might need to tweak it to account for no script name in the url or a path if it is in a sub-folder.
I have this controller
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-31 at 05:48
The problem is right here:
I've tried to count how many
directives are used on a component like this. But it does not work as I expected
this is my directive file...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-19 at 05:00
count++ is currently in
handler, which is passed to the
count would only be incremented upon an intersection. That update should probably be moved outside of
handler to the root of the
I am trying to sort a dictionary in alphabetical order, which consists of structures with words followed by the meaning. When I run the program, the output for the third structure reads: <...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-08 at 20:58
first to compare easily your strings you can use the function strcmp that is in string.h that you already include (take a look at man strcmp for more precision);
Secondary to sort your "dictionary" you can use the bubble sort algorithm which is a simple and adapted algorithm for your task : bubble sort algorithm, there is explanation and examples that can help you
Getting this error when I try to make a call with the twilio python api:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-25 at 01:26
auth_token should be passed as strings, not array with string inside.
Edit your code to:
I am trying to send an SMS message using Twilio API in Windows 10. I enter the following request in CMD:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-21 at 14:24
Try using API Explorer, Messages ->
Create a Message. See if that works and if it does, click the
Show your Auth Token button and compare the cURL structure it uses vs. what you are using.
Also, although your example code looks clean, another common way this issue occurs is when smart quotes sneak in, like when you copy a code sample from Slack that isn't in a code block format.
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