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Skype bot to send SMS

Simple Skype bot send sms messages via Nexmo API create a skype bot create a nodejs webhook to listen for skype messages expose your local webhook with ngrok (to test your bot live) identify 'sms' keyword integrate nexmo services to send an actual sms to a mobile phone similar to this case, you can use the rest of the NEXMO API e.g. to receive messages To help you get there faster You will find in this repo the skype sdk (tar.gz)  download the latest for your platform from here the ngrok for mac os  download the latest for your platform from here Version 0.0.1 Setup checkout the repo and cd in the directory using your  terminal $ git clone nexmo_skype_smsbot $ cd nexmo_skype_smsbot install the required libraries [botbuilder nexmo restify ./skype-sdk.tar.gz] $ npm install create a  Nexmo account  and save your API_KEY and SECRET create / sign in to  Microsof Bot Framework , and then crea

JavaScript CI Simple Start

 JavaScript Project with hosted CI Continuous Integration  is the practice of merging all developer working copies to a shared mainline several times a day. Developers tend to spend much time setting up the personalised working environment in a way that makes each one comfortable and productive. Some automation scripts may save ones time to perform routine tasks. These can be, running tests, compiling and copying files, sending out email, generating testing coverage reports and so on. Despite of the diversity of the programming languages and the deployment processes, all the tasks above can be centralised to a remote server. While each one can use their preferred working setup locally, the updated software can flow through the steps of the release process. Depending on the software the team is developing, it can be a pain to deploy, update and rollback. These operations are required not only for the in-house development and testing environment but also for production. Each s