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  • By Greg Baugues
    So sendest du eine SMS-Nachricht aus einer Google-Tabelle So sendest du eine SMS-Nachricht aus einer Google-Tabelle


    Hallo und Danke fürs Lesen! Dieser Blogpost ist eine Übersetzung von How to Send SMS from a Google Spreadsheet. Während wir unsere Übersetzungsprozesse verbessern, würden wir uns über Dein Feedback an help@twilio.com freuen, solltest Du etwas bemerken, was falsch übersetzt wurde. Wir bedanken uns für hilfreiche Beiträge mit Twilio Swag :)

    Google Sheets wird zusammen mit einer JavaScript-basierten Sprache bereitgestellt, die Apps Script heißt. In diesem Tutorial verwenden wir Apps Script zum Senden von SMS-Nachrichten an Telefonnummern, die in einer Google-Tabelle gespeichert sind. Die Schritte dauern weniger als zehn Minuten bis zur Fertigstellung – auch wenn du noch nie eine Zeile Code geschrieben hast.

    Das könnte dich auch interessieren: So bereinigst und validierst du Telefonnummern in einer Google-Tabelle. Mit diesem Tutorial kannst du herausfinden, welche Telefonnummern in deiner Tabelle eine SMS-Nachricht empfangen können, bevor du versuchst, sie zu senden.

    Die Twilio-Bits

    Du benötigst ein kostenloses Twilio-Konto. Wenn du …

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  • By Greg Baugues
    5 Reasons Why Developers Should Come to SIGNAL 5reasons.jpg

    If you're a developer who uses Twilio, you've probably seen an email, tweet, or advertisement asking you to come to SIGNAL Conference, August 6 & 7 in San Francisco.

    We know we're asking a lot when we ask you to join us at SIGNAL. We're asking for two days of your time (three if you do Superclass) and money. But we wouldn't ask you to give so much if we weren't confident you'd get even more in return. And, if you scroll to the bottom, there's a code to save 15%.

    I've had the privilege of attending the last four SIGNAL Conferences. As a developer, I wanted to share a few reasons why you, as a developer, might want to join us this year.

    1. You want to learn Twilio from Twilio's developers

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    If you're a developer and reading this post, you probably have some professional interest in …

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  • By Greg Baugues
    Five Reasons Why You Might Want to Join Us for SIGNAL hack-lounge.jpg

    If you're a developer who uses Twilio, you've probably seen an email, tweet, or advertisement asking you to come to our SIGNAL conference on October 17th and 18th in San Francisco.

    We know we're asking a lot when we ask you to join us at SIGNAL. We're asking for two days of your time (three if you do SuperClass) and close to a thousand dollars of your cash (less if you use the promocode at the bottom of this post). But we wouldn't ask you to give so much if we weren't confident you'd get even more in return.

    I've had the privilege of attending the last three SIGNALs. As a developer, I wanted to share a few reasons why you, as a developer, might want to join us this year.

    1. You want to learn Twilio from Twilio's developers

    If you're a developer and reading this post, you …

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  • By Greg Baugues
    Google Sheets et Python Google Sheets et Python

    Ce post s'inspire du rappel de Patrick McKenzie selon lequel il n'est parfois pas nécessaire d'avoir une base de données :

    Ainsi, si vous construisez une application CRUD rapide pour une utilisation interne par exemple, utiliser Google Docs en tant que back-end (via JSON) se révèle *étonnamment* efficace.

    — Patrick McKenzie (@patio11) 5 juillet 2014

    Dans ce tutoriel, nous allons utiliser l'excellent gspread package Python d'Anton Burnashev pour lire, écrire et supprimer des données d'une feuille de calcul Google avec seulement quelques lignes de code.

    API Google Drive et comptes de service

    Au risque d'enfoncer des portes ouvertes, vous aurez besoin d'une feuille de calcul si vous voulez vous entrainer en suivant ce post. Si vous n'avez pas déjà une feuille de calcul remplie de données, je vous suggère de faire une copie de celle-ci avec les coordonnées de tous les législateurs américains ! (Note : Ian Webster utilise …

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  • By Greg Baugues
    Google Spreadsheets and Python python-and-google-sheets

    This post is inspired by Patrick McKenzie’s reminder that sometimes you don’t need a database:

    In this tutorial, we’ll use Anton Burnashev’s excellent gspread Python package to read, write, and delete data from a Google Spreadsheet with just a few lines of code.

    Google Drive API and Service Accounts

    At the risk of being Captain Obvious, you’re going to need a spreadsheet if you want to follow along with this post. If you don’t have one on hand that’s full of juicy data, might I suggest you make a copy of …

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  • By Greg Baugues
    Hojas de Cálculo de Google y Python python-and-google-sheets

    Esta publicación está inspirada en el recordatorio de Patrick McKenzie de que a veces no se necesita una base de datos:

    En este tutorial, vamos a utilizar el excelente paquete gspread de Python de Anton Burnashev para leer, escribir y borrar datos de una hoja de cálculo de Google con sólo unas pocas líneas de código.

    El API de Google Drive y Cuentas de Servicio

    A riesgo de ser el Capitán Obvio, usted va a a necesitar una hoja de cálculo si desea seguir adelante con este post. Si no tiene una a mano que está lleno de buenos datos, le puedo sugerir que haga una copia de esta hoja de cálculo con información de contacto de todos los …

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  • By Greg Baugues
    Tesseract.js: How To OCR Remote Images from a URL in Node tesseract-featured-image

    Tesseract.js is a JavaScript OCR library based on the world’s most popular Optical Character Recognition engine. It’s insanely easy to use on both the client-side and on the server with Node.js.

    Server side, Tesseract.js only works with local images. But, with a little help from the request Node package, we can download a remote image from a URL and then OCR it with Tesseract.js.

    We’ll tackle this in three steps:

    1. Write code to download a remote file with Node
    2. Write code to OCR that local file with Tessearct
    3. Put the two snippets together

    The final product will take just fifteen lines of JavaScript to OCR images from a URL. Sound good? Let’s get started.

    Download a remote file wit …

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  • By Greg Baugues
    Fun with Markov Chains, Python, and Twilio SMS sms-python

    One of the many allures of Twitter is that you can tweet at your favorite celebrity and (maybe) get a response. Still though, tweeting isn’t quite as intimate as trading text messages. So we thought it’d be fun to use Markov Chains, Programmable SMS, and Python to create a bot that impersonates your favorite Twitter personality.

    We could use the code below to create an SMS chat bot that sounds like anyone with a Twitter account. But to show off it’s true potential, we need to someone with a distinct and recognizable tweeting style. Someone with a huge personality. Someone who has the best words.

    Someone like Donald Trump.

    Ever wish that you could debate Trump? Drop him a text at: 847-55-TRUMP (847-558-7867).

    texting-trump

    There are three steps to create this bot:

    1. Download the tweets for a given user to create a corpus of text.
    2. Use the corpus to generate …
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  • By Greg Baugues
    3 Things You May Not Know About Twilio Programmable SMS guides

    Twilio Quickstarts make it easy to get started with Programmable SMS. But where do you go to learn more after you send and receive your first text messages?

    Twilio Guides are the documentation you need after “Getting Started.” Guides answer common questions and come replete with code snippets in all the most popular languages so that you can build your Twilio app faster.

    Here are three lessons you’ll find in the Programmable SMS guide. We’ll show off the PHP examples here, but the guides offer code snippets in C#, Java, Python, Ruby, and Javascript as well.

    Use cookies to track SMS conversations

    SMS interactions typically span more than one text. Twilio offers an easy way to track SMS …

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  • By Greg Baugues
    Build a Fantasy Football Hotline with Ruby and Twilio Voice tom-brady-phone

    A phone was once the fastest way for a sports fan to get their news. In the 70s, 80s and 90s a business called Sports Phone served as a fan’s lifeline for up-to-the minute sports reports.

    Grantland recently ran this fascinating piece on the rise and fall of Sports Phone:

    The concept couldn’t be simpler: You call a number and hear a minute-long message with the latest scores and sports news. A half hour later, if you want another update, you call again — and pay another dime.

    By 1979, the service was averaging about 100,000 calls per day... the company could get upward of 300,000 calls on a good college football Saturday or an NFL Sunday...

    Sports Phone enjoyed an impressive run from 1972 to 2000 but was ultimately crushed by cable news and, of course, the Internet. In fact, it took us less than 30 minutes to create …

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