TaCode Tuesdays: How to Enable Multiple SMS Sending for Digital Marketing Campaigns

Posted by Alex Misevski on November 22, 2016

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.

In the last few weeks, I detailed how you can detect and minimize the threat of fraud in your voice and SMS apps—you can get the free code 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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Topics: Communication Apps, Ideas, TaCode Tuesday, cPaaS

TaCode Tuesdays: Fraud Control in Voice and SMS Applications

Posted by Alex Misevski on November 8, 2016

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.

In the last few weeks, I began detailing how to build an interactive voice response system (IVR) using Zang—you can check out PART 1 here, 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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Topics: Communication Apps, Ideas, TaCode Tuesday, cPaaS

TaCode Tuesdays: How to Build an Interactive Voice Response System (IVR) Using Zang [Part 2]

Posted by Alex Misevski on November 1, 2016

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 began detailing how to build an interactive voice response system (IVR) using Zang—you can check out PART 1 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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Topics: Communication Apps, Ideas, TaCode Tuesday, cPaaS

TaCode Tuesdays: How to Build an Interactive Voice Response System (IVR) Using Zang [Part 1]

Posted by Alex Misevski on October 25, 2016

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.

In the last set of post, I've detailed how you can create a chat application using Swift and Zang on iOS—you can check out PART 1 herePART 2 here, and PART 3 here. If you’d like to learn how to get started on Zang, take a look at our very first post.

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Topics: Communication Apps, Ideas, TaCode Tuesday, cPaaS

TaCode Tuesdays: How to Build an iOS Chat Application using Swift (Part 3)

Posted by Alex Misevski on October 11, 2016

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.

The past two weeks, I've been detailing how you can create a chat application using Swift and Zang on iOS—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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Topics: Communication Apps, Ideas, TaCode Tuesday, cPaaS