Sending Multi-channel Alerts From Your Node.JS Environment with Courier
|When||Aug 31, 10:30am|
|Cost||FREE for attendees of CascadiaJS|
When working on a new project, notifications can be a tough nut to crack. Sending email, push notifications to multiple geographies, global SMS, all present headaches that normally require low-level configuration and often a dedicated notifications micro-service.
With Courier you can send dynamically routed notifications to anywhere in the globe using a nicely abstracted template.
In this 2 hour workshop Nočnica and Shreya will get you from 0 to ‘Sending an SMS to Ghana’ in your Node.JS app.
Participants only need to be comfortable sending JSON API requests.
- Send your first notification
- Exploring the datalog
- Setup your node.js and start sending notifications
- (Optional) Automate your messages
About Shreya Gupta
Shreya Gupta is a Developer Advocate for Courier and the Founder of Bit Project. She is a serverless enthusiast, lowkey loves acting, and is crazy about boba.
Sponsored by Courier
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