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Create Timer Triggers with Azure Functions and Twilio SMS

Overview | Prerequisites | Tutorial | Additional Resources | Support

Overview

Find yourself forgetting to take a break from working? This tutorial will teach you how to use Azure Functions and Twilio SMS to send a text message to remind you to get up and take a break!

Language: JavaScript

APIs/Product(s): Azure Functions and Twilio SMS

Prerequisites

Sign Up for Twilio and Get a Phone Number

In order to work with Twilio’s products, you’ll need to sign up and purchase a voice enabled phone number. If you’re new to Twilio, you can start with a free trial. For further assistance on signing up and purchasing a phone number, visit Twilio.

Sign Up for an Azure Subscription

You can create a FREE Azure Subscription to setup your Azure Function. The free trial will provide you with 12 months of free services.

Access the GitHub Repository

You will need the files in this repository as they will be used throughout the tutorial.

Tutorial

You can find the full tutorial on how to create this app by visiting the Vogue & Code website.

Additional Resources

Microsoft Learn Azure Functions

Microsoft Azure Functions Documentation

Twilio Programmable SMS Quickstart - Node.js

Support

Have a question or issue accessing a file or completing the tutorial? Feel free to send a message over to info@vogueandcode.com.

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