Zipwhip provides cloud-based texting services that leverage the user's existing mobile and landlines, allowing them to send and receive texts from any device that connects to the internet. This includes mobile phones, tablets, laptops, and desktops. Many customers prefer texting to calling, and Zipwhip allows them to do so.
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The ZipWhip PHP Sample Code demonstrates how to make HTTP requests that display accurate responses and errors. It includes encoding, location, customer request, and timeout as part of text messaging features for business applications.
The ZipWhip Curl Sample Code demonstrates how to make a request by using an URL, method, timeout, headers, and content type. When developers access the API, they can initiate integration of business text solutions into mobile applications.