This is the second post in a series of productivity tips and tricks to help you debug web applications with Firefox Devtools. I’ll keep updating it with links to future posts in the series as I publish them.
This is the first post in a series of productivity tips and tricks to help you debug web applications with Firefox Devtools. I’ll keep updating it with links to future posts in the series as I publish them.
This article originally appeared on the Nexmo blog, but I wanted to add some more content to it specially for the dev.to community. If you don’t want to follow along but you just want to try it out, I’ve put my code on Glitch and setup a Nexmo application with a few Nexmo phone numbers for different countries, you can call +442038973497 or +19373652539 and play with the interactive voice response. If you want me to setup a number for your contry, just tell me on Twitter, I’ll provision it and update the post here for others to use.
The Nexmo SMS API allows you to send and receive messages around the world using a virtual number that you can buy from Nexmo. In this tutorial, we’ll see how you can use Node.js and Express to receive an SMS, send it via Ably to a web browser, and then use Angular to display it as a notification in a Single Page Application.
The Nexmo Voice API allows you to build high-quality programmable voice applications in The Cloud. With the Voice API, you can manage outbound and inbound calls in JSON, record and store calls, create a conference call, send text-to-speech messages in 23 languages with varieties of voices and accents, and so on.
I've joined Nexmo
Speaking at CodeCamp Cluj
At the beginning of May I’ve had the opportunity and pleasure to speak at CodeCamp Cluj alongside fellow Mozilla Tech Speakers Ioana Chiorean and Jobava Bareev. CodeCamp is a local IT community & conference in Cluj, aiming for better communication among the IT people. It started small in 2008 in Iasi and it grew organically, continuously fulfilling the community demand. It now consists of 10 parallel tracks with 60 sessions and almost 2000 participants.