Category: Developers

Big Changes for Nexmo’s Java Client Library

March 23, 2017 Published by // //

On Thursday, we released version 2 of our Nexmo Java Client library. This new release incorporates a few months of work, and is incompatible with all code written for the 1.x versions of the library. I’ll talk about why we did that in a minute, but first let’s look at some of the new features: […] Read more »

How to Make a Private Phone Call with Node.js

March 21, 2017 Published by // // //

This is the fourth tutorial in the “Getting Started with Nexmo Voice APIs and Node.js” series, which followed our Getting Started series on SMS APIs. See links to prior tutorials in these series at the bottom of the post. The previous installments in this series showed how to make an outbound text-to-voice a call, handle […] Read more »

One Year of Developer Relations at Nexmo

March 14, 2017 Published by //

It’s been a crazy and fun first year at Nexmo for the growing Developer Relations team. Since our Hello World from the Nexmo DevRel Team post we’ve reached eight full-time people spread from San Francisco to London, with members in six different geographic locations. We’re a truly remote-first team. In this post, I’d like to […] Read more »

All You Need to Know About Sending/Receiving SMS with Node.js

February 28, 2017 Published by // // // //

ICYMI, we’ve been hard at work blogging tutorials about how to use the Nexmo SMS API to add programmable SMS to Node.js applications using Express. We explained how to: Send SMS messages virtually anywhere in the world. Implement a webhook endpoint to receive SMS messages. Get an SMS delivery receipt from a mobile carrier via Nexmo. Send SMS Messages […] Read more »

Webinar: Getting Started with Nexmo Voice and WebSockets

February 15, 2017 Published by // //

With the recent addition of WebSocket support, the Nexmo Voice API allows you to connect a voice interface to just about any endpoint. You can now push voice beyond the standard phone system and VoIP. WebSockets opens the door to new voice integration use cases, such as server-to-server communication between the Nexmo Voice API and speech AI […] Read more »

Add Two Factor Authentication (2FA) to an Android App with Nexmo and Firebase Login

January 30, 2017 Published by // // //

The Firebase Auth Quickstart provides a great tutorial on how to add authentication to your application, but without two-factor authentication (2FA), it’s a bit insecure! Adding an extra layer of security to your application is simple using the Nexmo Verify SDK. Let’s get started! Grab the sample app Start by cloning the GitHub repo in […] Read more »