How to Install Java 8, Apache Maven and Google Web Toolkit on Windows 10

Java, Windows 10, GWT and Apache Maven

Do you want to get started developing Java web applications that use Google Web Toolkit (GWT)? This guide walks through how to install a Windows 10 development environment so you can start building your projects. Tools We’ll Need We’ll need to install and configure several tools for our development environment: Java 8 Java Development Kit (JDK) Apache Maven build and configuration tool Google Web Toolkit (GWT) web framework… Read More

Building an IVR with no code by using TaskRouter as a state machine


The other day, a customer showed me their Twilio-powered IVR. Specifically, the code that tracks a caller’s progress through the IVR. They built an IVR state machine that solved some of the common challenges many run into when building a complex, multi-stage IVR: They wanted a generic, re-usable solution to keep track of where each caller is within the overall IVR experience each time you get… Read More

Logrole Gives You Permissions Based, Granular Searching For Twilio Logs


Few hold the keys to the Twilio Console, but many need Console data. As the developer with keys, you balance sharing valuable data with keeping that Console data safe. You can’t give away the keys when a team member needs info on a single message. The alternative of pulling reports manually for each request is also infeasible — especially when you’re fighting bad guys. A long-standing… Read More

Gifted: Artificial Intelligence to Hack Gift Giving


Artificial Intelligence (AI) is coming for us all. Michael Jordan, a mechanical engineer by trade, came to this realization while working as the director of energy and sustainability at a New York City based firm serving large real estate clients. While busy building energy models, Michael thought that much of his work in applied engineering was actually an optimization problem. Eventually, AI will solve most of… Read More

Getting started with Sanic: the asynchronous, uvloop based web framework for Python 3.5+


uvloop has been making waves in the Python world lately as a blazingly fast drop-in for asyncio’s default event loop. Sanic is a Flask-like, uvloop-based web framework that’s written to go fast. It is also named after the popular Sanic Internet meme, a poorly drawn version of Sonic the Hedgehog. Sanic is made for Python 3.5 . The framework allows you to take advantage of async/await syntax for defining… Read More

SMS Versenden mit Node.js und Twilio


Mit nur 16 Zeilen Code (inklusive Leerzeilen) kannst du SMS mit Twilio verschicken:

Soweit so gut. Aber bevor du jetzt den Code direkt in dein Projekt kopierst, müssen wir noch ein paar Schritte erledigen, damit der Code auch funktioniert. Was Muss Ich Tun? Bevor du anfangen kannst, SMS mit Twilio zu versenden, musst du zuerst einen Twilio Account erstellen. Du kannst dich hier kostenlos anmelden. Da wir… Read More