We made a service that lets you sync messages and calls to your database in real-time

goldman
goldman
edited October 16 in Sync

Hey everyone,

Excited to share a new tool that we built for Twilio - Sync Inc (https://syncinc.so). With a couple of clicks, we replicate all your Twilio messages, voice calls, and more to your Postgres database and keep it in sync in real-time.

Twilio makes it simple to send a message or start a voice call. Still, when you need to piece together multiple conversations, things get complicated. You often need to store some context in your database. What was said when and by who?

While Twilio uses webhooks to let your app respond to texts and calls, there are no generic webhooks for every Twilio event. This usually means you have to poll Twilio to check, for example, if your outbound message was delivered.

With Sync Inc, all your Twilio conversation data is in your database. And it syncs in real-time. You can use SQL, ORMs, and other standard tools to build on your Twilio data to see complete conversations in context.

You can try it out for free here → https://app.syncinc.so/signup

If you are curious about how it all works, check out our docs → https://docs.syncinc.so

We just launched this! Right now, we’re focused on syncing Twilio to your database so you can use SQL as opposed to HTTP to query your data. But because Twilio is such an event-oriented API, we’re wondering what extra features would be helpful here (example: use pgnotify whenever a new message is inserted?).

Looking forward to hearing feedback and answering any questions.

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