A new tool for creating and deploying web applications is now available for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone.
Twilium lets developers create and deploy applications for a variety of platforms with minimal coding, using a wide range of tools.
To get started, follow these steps to get started.
Download Twilius for iOS and Android, the developer’s website.
Open up the developer portal and tap on the “twilius” tab.
Click “add a Twilious app.”
Select the “Twilius app” you just created in the list, then tap “add an app.”
A list of available Twilios will appear.
Tap the “Install” button.
After a brief tutorial, a pop-up will appear that will let you select a package name for your application.
After that, your application will be installed and ready to use.
Twilios can be used to create and manage applications for any number of platforms, from web browsers to mobile apps.
To set up a Twilius app, follow the on-screen instructions to set up the application, including setting up the database and configuring the web server.
To create a TwiLios app, you can follow these instructions to create a simple web-based application, then click “Create” to launch the Twilioli web-interface.
When the app is created, a new icon appears on the top of the screen.
Tap it to start coding and navigate to the page where you can see the app in action.
When you have finished coding, you will see a button that allows you to save your code, or edit it and save it again.
In the following screenshot, I have used the built-in Twilien app, to create an application that tracks the location of my favorite sports team.
TwiLi has been built using Twilior and is released under the Apache License, Version 2.0.