Appointment Reminders. Powered by Twilio - Node.js/Express
Use Twilio to create automatic appointment reminders for your business users. For a step-by-step tutorial see twilio docs.
First you need to install Node.js.
On OS X, maybe the easiest way to get MongoDB running locally is to install it via Homebrew.
brew install mongodb
You should then be able to run a local server with:
To run the app locally:
Clone this repository and
git clone email@example.com:TwilioDevEd/appointment-reminders-node.git cd appointment-reminders-node
Copy the sample configuration file and edit it to match your configuration
cp .env.example .env
You can reuse the
MONGO_URLfor most default installs. Otherwise, use your production Mongo installation.
source .envto export the environment variables
Run the application
Alternatively you might also consider using nodemon for this. It works just like the node command but automatically restarts your application when you change any source code files.
npm install -g nodemon nodemon ./bin/www
Check it out at http://localhost:3000
Run the tests
You can run the tests locally by typing
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