The Genesys Callback Push Notifications iOS Sample Code demonstrates how to send asynchronous messages (push notifications). While iOS uses APN (Apple Push Notifications) and Comet, Android employs GCM/C2DM and Comet.
Today, Heroku makes a huge announcement around its support for PHP. PHP is currently one of the most popular languages driving the web. Although PHP drives the likes of some of the webs giants (e.g. Facebook, Etsy, etc.), PHP has traditionally lacked some qualities (e.g. runtime, management, infrastructure elements) that peers like Ruby on Rails, Python with Django, and Node have delivered for quite some time. On April 30, at Facebook's F8, a new PHP is announced with full Heroku support. On the evening of the announcement, ProgrammableWeb caught up with Heroku's Adam Gross.
Built.io, a technology provider with digital solutions that enable organizations to create, connect and scale applications across mobile, Web and IoT – today announced Built.io Flow On-Prem, a new deployment option and architecture for its integration Platform-as-a-Service (iPaaS) Built.io Flow.
Online retail often neglects customer service. Vivocha supplies all the good tools, like live chat and the ability of the customer service rep to see what you are looking at on your screen (with your permission). Beyond that, there are a host of other tools that the customers never see but are critical boosters of productivity, like click to call. The Vivocha API is out to up the customer service game for every business. Its REST API offers access to most of its multichannel features. It joins 43 customer service APIs in our directory.