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Communication Apps, Ideas, TaCode Tuesday, cPaaS

TaCode Tuesdays: How to Build an iOS Chat Application using Swift (Part 1)

Welcome back to TaCode Tuesdays! This is the only place you can find snippets of code for use in your very own text/voice apps, along with a weekly dose of taco puns. I’m a developer here at Zang and not only am I a big fan of tacos (if that wasn’t already apparent), I’m also a fan of open source. My goal is to share a new app idea each week that you're free to use “as is” or modify and use as the basis for your next app.

During the last two weeks, I outlined a two-factor authentication app for Android—you can check out PART 1 here and PART 2 here, and as always, if you’d like to learn how to get started on Zang, take a look at our very first post.

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Communication Apps, Ideas, TaCode Tuesday, cPaaS

TaCode Tuesdays: How to Set-Up Two-Factor Authentication on Android (Part 2)

Welcome back to TaCode Tuesdays! This is the only place you can find snippets of code for use in your very own text/voice apps, along with a weekly dose of taco puns. I’m a developer here at Zang and not only am I a big fan of tacos (if that wasn’t already apparent), I’m also a fan of open source. My goal is to share a new app idea each week that you're free to use “as is” or modify and use as the basis for your next app.

Last week, I posted the first part of "How to Set-Up Two-Factor Authentication on Android"you can check that out here, and as always, if you’d like to learn how to get started on Zang, take a look at our very first post.

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Communication Apps, Use Cases, Built On Zang

SAM Use Case: Killing Voicemail … and Other Zang App Development Perks

 

Perhaps you don’t know that millennials hate voicemail—or that you should care whether they do or not. On the contrary, you need to wrap your head around this contemporary reality and develop a strategy to protect your business against the potential fallout. After all, a vast number of millennials are headed to workplaces all over the world, and they despise even listening to voice messages, never mind dialing into voicemail, punching in a PIN, getting out pen and paper to record messages, and then responding to them in kind.

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Communication Apps, Ideas, TaCode Tuesday, cPaaS

TaCode Tuesdays: How to Set-Up Two-Factor Authentication on Android (Part 1)

Welcome back to TaCode Tuesdays! This is the only place you can find snippets of code for use in your very own text/voice apps, along with a weekly dose of taco puns. I’m a developer here at Zang and not only am I a big fan of tacos (if that wasn’t already apparent), I’m also a fan of open source. My goal is to share a new app idea each week that you're free to use “as is” or modify and use as the basis for your next app.

Last week, we outlined a free voicemail app—you can check that out here, and as always, if you’d like to learn how to get started on Zang, take a look at our very first post.

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CX, customer happiness, UX, UI

Product Design and the Customer Experience

The competition to gain and hold onto customers has blown the roof off traditional software development. Developers are scrambling to keep up with innovative new technologies coming out of the woodwork on a continual basis. Plus, the demands of a new generation of digital experts—you know them as millennials—are driving the market and must be taken into account. In this environment, what can product designers bring to product development to help their companies thrive?

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