C# SDK

Download & Install

nuget install Bandwidth.Sdk -OutputDirectory packages

*Note: This only adds the package to the disk. The packages.config or dependency file needs to be modified to add it to the project.

Initialize Bandwidth Voice & Message Client

*Note: If you see this error System.Net.WebException: The underlying connection was closed: An unexpected error occurred on a send. This code may be needed System.Net.ServicePointManager.SecurityProtocol = System.Net.SecurityProtocolType.Tls12;

using Bandwidth.Standard;

//create Configuration with credentials
BandwidthClient client = new BandwidthClient.Builder()
                .Environment(Bandwidth.Standard.Environment.Production)
                .VoiceBasicAuthCredentials( username, password )
                .MessagingBasicAuthCredentials( token, secret )
                .Build();


//Select namespaced controller.
Bandwidth.Standard.Voice.Controllers.APIController voiceController = client.Voice.APIController;
Bandwidth.Standard.Messaging.Controllers.APIController msgController = client.Messaging.APIController;

Create Phone Call

using Bandwidth.Standard.Voice.Controllers;

callRequest.ApplicationId = "3-d-4-b-5";
callRequest.To="+19999999999";
callRequest.AnswerUrl= "https://test.com";
callRequest.MFrom="+17777777777";

//Be aware that the Voice Client can throw exceptions
try {
    var response = voiceController.CreateCall("account.id", callRequest);
} catch (APIException e) {
    WriteLine( e.Message );
} catch (IOException e) {
    WriteLine( e.Message );
}

Generate BXML

using Bandwidth.Standard.Voice.Bxml;

//Bandwidth XML (BXML) verb SpeakSenetence plays the sentence audio
SpeakSentence speakSentence = new SpeakSentence();
speakSentence.Sentence = "Hello World";

//Add the verb to a Response object
Response res =  new Response();
res.Add(speakSentence);

//view the BXML
Console.write( res.ToBXML() );

Send Text Message

using Bandwidth.Standard.Messaging;
using Bandwidth.Standard.Messaging.Controllers;
using Bandwidth.Standard.Messaging.Models;

MessageRequest msgRequest = new MessageRequest();
msgRequest.ApplicationId = applicationId;
msgRequest.MFrom = "+18888888888";
msgRequest.To = new string[1] {"9199199999"};
msgRequest.Text = "The quick brown fox jumps over a lazy dog.";

var response = msgController.CreateMessage(msgUserId, msgRequest);

Order Phone Number

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