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Category: Developers

Announcing: An Official PHP Client Library

May 25, 2016 Published by //

I’m very excited to announce the initial beta release of an official PHP Client Library for Nexmo’s API. It’s been quietly on packagist as an alpha for a few weeks, and it’s great to make the official announcement the week of php[tek] – a conference we’ve loved being a part of for the past few […]
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php[tek] 2016 Live Stream

May 23, 2016 Published by //

We’re proud to be involved with php[tek] 2016 as Community Night Sponsors. We’ll have a booth at the event and Tim Lytle will be giving a talk on Robust Second-factor Authentication with PHP. Somehow Tim also managed to convince the fine folks at php[architect] that he knew how to operate a camera. So, we’re very […]
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Real-Time Web Apps and .NET. What Are Your Options?

May 19, 2016 Published by //

So many applications now offer some form of real-time UX and real-time functionality is becoming increasingly essential as technology trends evolve. Notifications and activity streams in Facebook, Twitter, news and sports apps; real-time location tracking in Uber and most other taxi (logistics) apps; real-time collaboration in Google Docs and Microsoft Office 365 online. What sort […]
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Announcing the Official Nexmo Ruby Gem

May 4, 2016 Published by //

One frequent request from developers using an API is a client library for the language they use. Nexmo is no exception. That’s a question we’ve gotten many times over the years, and we’ve recommended community client libraries from a wide range of developers that cover many different languages. But we want to have a better […]
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Building a Phone-Powered Photo Booth with Nexmo’s Voice and SMS APIs

September 1, 2015 Published by // // // //

I’m always looking for something interesting to build at developer events. Earlier this year at php[tek], I decided to create a phone-powered photobooth. Turning a user’s phone into the interface for this photobooth meant I could skip all the physical user interface you’d find in a traditional photo booth. No need for buttons to start […]
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Developer Challenge Winner Uses Nexmo Number Insight APIs

August 14, 2015 Published by // // //

Last month, we challenged developers to build something using our beta Number Insight APIs, Number Insight Standard and Number Insight Basic. The Number Insight Standard provides information including the national format of a number, the country, carrier, and the international format of the number, so it’s great if you need to transform user-supplied numbers into a usable […]
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Nexmo and Women Who Code Host Meetup for Females in Tech

August 6, 2015 Published by // // //

Nexmo hosted an impressive group of female engineers from the Women Who Code group, which is dedicated to inspiring women to excel in technology careers. They connect amazing women with other like-minded women around the globe who unite under one simple notion – the world of technology is much better with women in it. We hosted 15 local […]
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Nexmo Disrupting NYC

May 12, 2015 Published by // // //

What do you get when you cram nearly one thousand nerds in a giant room? A lot of really cool and fun ideas for sure, but also a great sense of community and collaboration. This past weekend was the big TechCrunch Disrupt Hackathon in New York, and Nexmo was there as both a sponsor and […]
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