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Sending SMS Messages with PHP

September 20, 2017 Published by // // // //

The Nexmo SMS API allows you to send an SMS and receive an SMS by interacting with a simple, HTTP based API. You can read the docs if you’re interested but there’s no need to thanks to the Nexmo PHP client, which handles talking to the API for you. Prerequisites You’ll need PHP installed before […]
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Making a Text-to-Speech Phone Call with Django

August 14, 2017 Published by // // //

Amongst the incessant notifications people receive every day; a ringing phone is still much harder to ignore or overlook. It creates a sense of urgency which makes it the perfect way to deliver critical or time sensitive messages such as two-factor authentication codes or important service notifications. In this tutorial, we will look at how […]
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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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