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2FA login with Laravel and Nexmo

July 26, 2017 Published by //

This post originally appeared on michaelheap.com before Michael joined the Nexmo team! I recently wrote about bootstrapping Laravel with user authentication and how easy it is (seriously, it takes less than 5 minutes). That provides us with a great starting point for our applications, but then I stumbled across this post about integrating two factor […]
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Introducing Nexmo Developer

July 25, 2017 Published by // // //

Nexmo Developer is the new home for our documentation, API references, community content and resources. Our team has been working hard to improve our developer experience: whether you’re new to Nexmo APIs or a well accustomed with our platform and tooling, the new Nexmo Developer site makes life easier for you to find what you […]
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Numbers Compliance for the Enterprise

July 17, 2017 Published by // // // // //

Nexmo recently released a new set of enterprise compliance features for buying a phone number. Nexmo has always abstracted telecommunications compliance through all its APIs, globally—and these changes keep you in tune with the shifting regulatory landscape. In some key geographies, the regulators require Nexmo to share information about the individual or business using the […]
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Michael is joining the Developer Relations team!

July 7, 2017 Published by //

Hello! I’m Michael and I’m the Nexmo DevRel team’s latest recruit. (If you look at the picture, I’m the one on the right) I’ve spent a decade as a developer working on all kinds of things, from point of sale systems for Subway to processing every like, comment, wall post and share on Facebook in […]
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Amanda joins Nexmo’s DevRel team!

July 6, 2017 Published by //

Ahoy-hoy! My name is Amanda Folson and I’ve joined Nexmo as a Developer Relations Manager. In a past life I was a developer, where I worked on projects ranging from small web apps to Windows Mobile apps to ancient government systems written in J2SE 1.2. At some point I realized that I liked tech and […]
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