You know, there are a lot of things that could use a little (or maybe a lot of) Nexmo. It could be an opensource project that needs some SMS support, or 2FA security. Maybe it's a service with plugin support that could use some phone number insight, or the ubiquity of a phone call.
We're looking for some Nexmo powered feature or functionality to be added to an existing project, server, etc. Not a wrapper library for a language or framework. Something like adding an SMS gateway for Slack. Not a fan of Slack? (Really?) Then maybe an SMS gateway for the Mattermost project.
You could turn a Mailchimp list into a voice broadcast system. Perhaps enable a Google Form to accept responses via SMS or IVR. Or maybe add native call tracking to Piwik's analytics dashboard.
Whatever it is, this contest is your chance to add Nexmo - and when you win, we'll add some prizes to you!
You can add Nexmo to anything. Your submission shouldn't work on it's own, so be sure to include details on how and why you added a Nexmo powered feature to that exsisting system, project, service, tool, whatever.
Want some extra credit for hacking? Post your Nexmo API key (not secret) in this thread to have some added.
So what are you waiting for? There are some links below to help you get started, hit the 'register' button on the sidebar and get hacking!
Nexmo Docs & Resources:
This contest is open only to legal residents of the United States and other locations where this contest is not prohibited or restricted by law,
age eighteen (18) or over,
excluding employees of Company and members of their immediate families, and
- excluding entities (and their personnel and consultants) that provide services competitive with any of Company or its services.
Wholly original, and created during the contest.
Use Nexmo's APIs as authorized in the applicable documentation and the terms and conditions located at www.nexmo.com/terms-use.
Provided Nexmo access to test the submission.
Add some prizes to YOU
OGIO Nexmo Backpack
Direct Sound's New EXW-37 Wireless Headphones
Amazon Echo Dot
Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:
How to enter
- Register on Devpost
- Check The Documentation
- Create something that uses Nexmo's products.
- Submit what you've built, and a way to test it, through Devpost before 11:45 PM on April 30th (GMT)
Developer Guy, Nexmo
Darth Developer, Nexmo
Hacker in Residence, Nexmo
How seamless is the integration?
Best Use of Nexmo
How are Nexmo's APIs used? That use should be an core part of the submission.
Does this submission seem complete? Does it work well? How polished is it?