Node News Monday, March 5 Type, Message, Buffer & more…
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- GitHub is where people build software. More than 28 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 79 million projects.
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- Do you want a better understanding of Buffer in Node.js? Check this out.
- Are you always mystified, like me, whenever you come across words like Buffer, Stream, and binary data in Node.js? Does that feeling make you shrink from understanding them, thinking they are not…
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- Build a “Serverless” SMS Hub in Under 7 Minutes with Node.js, StdLib, and MessageBird
- With giants such as Uber and Domino’s among their customers, MessageBird has dominated the international programmatic telecommunications market by enabling developers to seamlessly build powerful SMS…
- command line, StdLib, phone number, powerful SMS functionality, SMS messaging functionality
- Prompter function which takes your prompt objects and returns an object with responses.
- No property is being defined on the returned response object when a prompt is canceled.
- Almost all prompt objects have the following properties: – – Each property be of type and will be invoked right before prompting the user.
- The function signature is , where is the value from the previous prompt, is the response object with all values collected so far and is the previous prompt object.
- The function signature is , where is the value from the current prompt and is the current response object in case you need to format based on previous responses.
- Are you always mystified, like me, whenever you come across words like Buffer, Stream, and binary data in Node.js?
- When introducing Buffer, the official Node.js docs states in part… – … mechanism for reading or manipulating streams of binary data.
- Extracting from that introduction, we could safely say: – The Buffer class was introduced as part of the Node.js API to make it possible to manipulate or interact with streams of binary data.
- But… Buffer, streams, binary data… still many big words.
- So from the original definition of a buffer (streams of binary data… in the context of… file system) this simply means binary data being moved in the file system.
- Run the following command from your terminal: – $ lib messagebird.sms.create \ – –recipient your personal phone number \ – –body Hello from StdLib!And you should receive a text message from the number youve just claimed!
- Minute 3: Fork the SMS Handler SourcecodeNow that youve claimed your first MessageBird phone number, well walk you through the process of creating a handler that will respond to incoming SMS messages.
- This function will receive events triggered by incoming SMS messages to your MessageBird number and will call other handlers a handler for incoming messages that contain the word more as their sole a not found handler.
- If the incoming message can not be mapped to a named function (like more) this handler will be triggeredYou can test the outputs of your MessageBird hub for given input messages from your command line by running: – $ lib.
- Minute 7: Testing YourHubTo test your new hub, simply send an SMS message to your claimed MessageBird number: – Some sample texts you can send to your new messagehubAnd thats it!
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