Build Interactive Voicemail for Sports Fans with Twilio, Browserify, Angular, and Less CSS (Part Two)

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With my home town still buzzing about the MLB All Star Game, it seemed high time to share part two of this series on building interactive voice mail for sports fans. In part one, we explored the high-level steps necessary to build an interactive voice mail system like the one deployed at leavejoeamessage.com. We saw how to set up a series of webhooks in our node.js… Read More

Build Interactive Voicemail for Sports Fans with Twilio, MongoDB, Angular, and node.js (Part One)

Target Field: Home of Joe Mauer and the Minnesota Twins

In the summer of last year, we noticed a really cool, telephone-powered, interactive advertising experience created for Nike and basketball star LeBron James. In the short commercial spot, notable people like Spike Lee, Warren Buffet, and Dr. Dre are heard leaving voicemail messages for the NBA finals MVP, congratulating him on the championship. If you haven’t already, you can check out the video below, and a… Read More

How the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association Uses Twilio to Coordinate Over 2,000 Athletes

Earl Nall is the technology directory of the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA). Every year, they hold the high school state championships. This event brings people from all over the state of Tennessee into the city of Murfreesboro for four days. In order to keep everyone coordinated and up to date with the latest information, Earl used Cold Fusion, PHP, MySQL, and Twilio to develop… Read More

New Developer Contest: Twilio for Sports

With baseball season in full swing and the basketball playoffs underway, we thought there’s no better time than now for a sports themed developer contest. Rather than a hoop, base, or pylon, the goal of this week’s contest is to get the developer community thinking about how they can use Twilio to take their favorite sport to the next level. Use Twilio to make an app to… Read More

New Developer Contest: Twilio for Sports

With baseball season in full swing and the basketball playoffs underway, we thought there’s no better time than now for a sports themed developer contest. Rather than a hoop, base, or pylon, the goal of this week’s contest is to get the developer community thinking about how they can use Twilio to take their favorite sport to the next level. Use Twilio to make an app to… Read More