Visual Studio Code is a simple yet highly extensible code editor. As developers, we spend a lot of time here-which is why it’s so important to get the most out of our editors and streamline and automate where possible.
As we enter 2021, I’ve compiled a list of extensions that I personally use daily in the hopes that it will help you save time and enhance productivity this year. Do note that while the extensions highlighted below are suitable for all languages, there are language-specific plugins that are also worth exploring.
This blog post will take you through a project, which will show you how to use the Vonage Client SDK to build a React Native Android app which will call a phone number. If you would like to explore using the Client SDK with iOS, check out this blog post.
npm install nexmo-cli@beta -g.
To complete this tutorial, you will need a Vonage API account…
npm install nexmo-cli@beta -g.
Have you wanted to run a service without needing to create and maintain a server? Whether this to be a function triggered at set intervals or a specific action triggers this function?
In this tutorial, we will create a PHP application and host it on AWS Lambda, listening for a specific webhook URL to be triggered when someone calls a specific phone number. The application will then confirm the caller’s number and convert a random fact from text to speech for the caller to hear. The random facts get retrieved from an API called Random Useless Facts.
WhatsApp groups have served as an environment to establish collective conversations with others around the world.
In this tutorial, we’ll generate and plot analytics based on the participants of a WhatsApp Group. We’ll geocode the users’ location and generate a country-level distribution. This interface will be built with Python using Selenium, Plotly, Vonage Number Insight API, Google Maps API, and Mapbox API.
To follow and fully understand this tutorial, you’ll also need to have:
Do you need to create an Express app with routes for each data set you need? No way! In this tutorial, we will use the Apollo client library within a Node.js …
Computer Vision is my favorite field in computer science. It combines my four favorite subjects-Programming, Linear Algebra, Probabilities, and Calculus-into something practical and powerful. In this article, we’re going to look at one cool application of Computer Vision, face detection, and integrate this feature into an OpenTok Windows Presentation Framework(WPF) App.
To help us get started, we’ll be working off of the CustomVideoRender Vonage Video sample. Right now this sample adds a shade of blue to your video frame when you toggle the filter on. We are going to remove that blue shading and add face detection to the renderer…
No matter how much we care about quality and testing, software is almost guaranteed to go wrong at some point. As a result, monitoring logs to keep track of application health are essential.
There certainly are multiple services and open source projects taking care of monitoring application logs. In my experience, though, they’re usually either expensive, time-consuming to integrate or bloated with features I will hardly use. When I’m deploying small projects that do not require fancy monitoring, sometimes I wish I could have a native Python solution to get simple alerts when something goes wrong in my code.
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