With the TomTom WEBFLEET.connect API, users can access data related to fleet vehicle management. In the process of integration, developers could benefit from a pair of code samples available in the official TomTom site. The first is the C# code sample and the second one is the Visual Basic code sample. The C# sample offers driver safety and efficiency resources, while the Visual Basic demonstrate how to retrieve an object list and send a text message using CSV and SOAP interfaces. For more information, visit http://business.tomtom.com/en_us/fleet-management/integration/resources/
Windows Phone, or Windows Mobile if you prefer, is well and truly dead. Microsoft executive Joe Belfiore recently shared the news through his personal Twitter account. Microsoft is no longer actively developing new features or hardware for the platform, which has been retired. Here's why.
Businesses are using a voice over Internet service to address a common problem: The gap between online users and customer care centers. A 2011 TeaLeaf survey found the abandonment rate for online shoppers reaches 41 percent when these customers encounter a problem. One way companies are addressing the problem is by integrating VoIP APIs within their websites so customers can click-to-call for help, according to a SureVoIP blog post.
When it comes to mobile payments, consumers are more likely to proceed to checkout when a transaction is smoother and doesn't require the inputting of lots of numbers. With that in mind, Payvia recently added two features to its bill-to-carrier mobile payments platform, available to merchants through an API. ProgrammableWeb spoke about those changes and more with company CTO Alek Zdziarski at API World.