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Twilio Video chat with React Hooks

This is an example video chat application built with Twilio Video and React, using Hooks.

Learn how to build this entire application in the blog post Build a Twilio Video Chat with React Hooks.

Preparing the application

To run the application you will need a Twilio account and Node.js and npm installed. Start by cloning or downloading the repo to your machine.

git clone
cd twilio-video-react-hooks

Install the dependencies:

npm install

Create a .env file by copying the .env.example.

cp .env.example .env


You will need your Twilio Account SID, available in your Twilio console. Add it to the .env file.

You will also need an API key and secret, you can create these under the Programmable Video Tools in your console. Create a key pair and add them to the .env file too.

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Running the application

Once you have completed the above you can run the application with:

npm run dev

This will open in your browser at localhost:3000.

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