Notifications in web apps: Mailgun and Twilio on Heroku

In web applications, sending and receiving notifications is an important feature among many functionalities. With notification features, you can quickly reach out to many people and let them be informed of major events and updates regarding your applications and products. This eventually leads to improved customer experiences and faster response time by your team members.…

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Queueing Emails With Python, Iron, and SendGrid

Are you sending emails from within a web app? If yes, you need to do so asynchronously or else you’ll block requests and prevent completion. Without the right solution, you’ll end up with additional, slow requests in order to construct the content of your emails, reducing productivity and impacting your efficiency. If you are seeking…

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How Integrating Twilio with Iron.io Improves Scheduling  Nearly 150,000 businesses use Twilio to send and receive phone calls, texts, and other messages. (It’s one of the most popular communications platforms in the world.) Twilio has limitations, however, such as no scheduling feature for calls and texts. IronWorker lets you schedule messages on Twilio for more effective communication.…

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A very common use case for using a service like Twilio is to be able to schedule calls or SMS’s. Maybe you want to schedule a conference call, schedule a text to go out at specific time, or notify all your users about something via SMS every day. Twilio doesn’t have scheduling built in, but here’s an…

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