Here’s a nightmare scenario: The night before you deploy your build to production, your colleague notices a bunch of libraries need to be updated and decides to update them, thinking it’s for the best. And then the unspeakable happens: your build breaks. You have to revert back the compatible version – search it, copy it, and test it again. You could have saved the app if not for the 20 libraries that you have to manually restore one by one. Someone has to inform the project manager that deployment has to be postponed. Unfortunately, that someone is you.
Yay for Tuesday! TaCODE Tuesday means means your favorite developer at Zang is here to deliver free snippets of code for use in your very own text/voice apps along with hilarious taco puns. Did you know that 77% of online customers want to talk to a real person before making a purchase? Let us help you make it easy for them by using Zang to create a “free call” feature for your website. Here's your code to git 'er done!
Finally, your call and SMS application is launched. After a lot of overtime, countless cups of coffee, and arduous arguments with quality control, people have actually started using it. The next question now is: how do you make sure the lights are green?
It's Tuesday again. That means your favorite developer at Zang is here to deliver free snippets of code for use in your very own text/voice apps along with hilarious taco puns. This week I’m going to show you the differences between iOS and Android push notifications when it comes to app development.
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.