In Context

The next-generation communications blog from Nexmo

Category: Developers

Aaron is joining the Developer Relations team!

June 8, 2017 Published by //

Hey! I’m Aaron. I was born and raised in Ireland but I’ve spent the last 15 years in Glasgow Scotland, which means I talk quickly and in some weird Irish-Scots mishmash accent. A conference transcriber’s nightmare personified. I’ve been a developer of some description for the last 20 years; working in agencies, freelance, startups, enterprise, […] Read more »

Minting a new JavaScript Developer Advocate – Alex Lakatos

June 5, 2017 Published by //

Hi, I’m Alex Lakatos, but most people around the world call me “Laka”. I’m the newly minted JavaScript Developer Advocate joining the Developer Relations team at Nexmo. And I’m super excited about that! Before joining I’ve done all things JavaScript for half a dozen companies around Europe, but eventually figured out I liked going to […] Read more »

Nexmo APIs Now Available on IBM Bluemix

May 16, 2017 Published by // // // //

Nexmo is proud to announce the availability of the Nexmo API platform in the IBM Bluemix Catalog and IBM Marketplace. This immediately opens the Nexmo APIs to everyone on the IBM Bluemix platform, enabling them to easily integrate messaging, text-to-speech, authentication and other communications functions with IBM’s broad product portfolio. At Nexmo, our focus is […] Read more »

Nexmo Amazon Lex Connector in Public Beta

May 11, 2017 Published by // // //

At Nexmo, we are really excited by the prospects of Bots and AI. We believe that natural language communications are the next revolution in how we interact with technology. As a communications platform, we are well placed to take part in this revolution and we want you to be too. Amazon recently released their Lex […] Read more »

How to Send SMS Messages with Java

May 3, 2017 Published by // // // //

This is the first in a series of “Getting Started with Nexmo and Java” tutorials. The Nexmo SMS API is a service that allows you to send and receive SMS messages anywhere in the world. Nexmo provides REST APIs, but it’s much easier to use the Java client library we’ve written for you. In this […] Read more »

How to Add Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) to Your Node.JS Web Apps

April 11, 2017 Published by // // // //

This tutorial is part of the “Getting Started with Nexmo APIs and Node.js” series. See links to prior tutorials at the bottom of the post. Among app and service developers, using two-factor authentication (2FA) to verify user identity has become increasingly popular, as internet security breaches and fraud claims rise. Adding the extra layer of […] Read more »