This is the second in a multi-part series of blog posts on building a real-time SMS voting application using Node.js. In part one, we created the Node.js application, set-up the CouchDB database and captured incoming votes over SMS with Twilio. In this blog post, we will create a chart that displays the status of the voting and update that chart in real-time using Socket.io. Now that… Read More
When Derek tweeted yesterday that his iPhone development company Held had created a video demonstrating their implementation of Twilio in their alternate reality game, The Kingdom, our whole team was excited and impressed!