Voice Callback refers to the ability to setup a webhook or http callback to notify your server of a call event (Incoming call, answer, hangup, DTMF). After an event occurs, a function can be “called back” to occur post-event. This way, other functions are able to occur before the event occurs and the voice callback allows for a queued function to run after the event occurs.
How is Bandwidth Involved with Voice Callback
Bandwidth’s APIs send a voice callback for various events that can happen during a phone call.
What are the Benefits of Bandwidth’s Voice Callback
The combination of both a voice and a messaging callback (webhook) is one of the first steps to integrating texting and calling to your application.
Where We Talk About Voice Callback
On our site
In our downloads
- Voice & Messaging APIs – Guide to Getting Started
- Voice App Development, 10 Biggest Mistakes to Avoid
- Bandwidth Voice and Messaging API Overview