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At its most basic, Slack is a messaging system; however, it can be infinitely extended and customised. It provides a flexible system to customise your team’s integration by creating custom welcome messages, your own applications and Slack bots just to name a few. In this tutorial, we’ll be building a very basic app in Node.js, […]
120 seconds? Certainly can’t be that easy. Or can it? In this tutorial, I’d like to quickly show you how simple it is to add messaging capability to your web app. Prerequisites Python installed Step 1: Setup project Create an empty folder for your project, let’s name it testApp. Step 2: Install […]
Zapier lets you connect MessageMedia to 1,000+ other web services. Automated connections called Zaps, set up in minutes with no coding, can automate your day-to-day tasks and build workflows between apps that otherwise wouldn’t be possible. Each Zap has one app as the Trigger, where your information comes from and which causes one or more […]
So, you’ve finally decided to secure your Webhooks and put an end to all those nasty payloads being sent from malicious sources? Excellent! Securing your MessageMedia Webhooks is a two-part process, the first part consists of creating a public private key pair and the second part is verifying your Webhook by making use of those […]
This tutorial is a continuation of Enterprise Webhooks (Part 1). In this tutorial, we’ll go through the remaining bits that are required to set up and verify your Webhooks. Prerequisites Node installed Git installed ngrok installed Clone the Enterprise Webhooks SDK Repository You’ll need a code editor such as Sublime Text or Atom. We’ll be using Node.js […]
The MessageMedia Messages API can handle sending messages from a C# console or web application. You can use this to keep track of message statuses in a database to log the final result. This article shows you how to send messages from the Messages API and then get status in C#. Prerequisites Before you start, […]
You’ve been employed as a developer in a company that owns and manages a CRM software. The CRM was developed a long time back and is quite legacy in terms of its capabilities. It doesn’t support JSON, only XML and currently polls external servers to check for updates so that it can notify your clients. […]
With the advancement of technology, notifying people has become a one-step process. Gone are the days when people remind each other of events or other occasions by word of mouth. A more effective, efficient and reliable method of notifying people is through messaging. If Harry has an appointment scheduled for 6pm on Wednesday, we can […]
Chatbots — they’re cool, fun and useful virtual assistants to have. In this tutorial, we’ll build a basic ChatBot that can reply to queries via Slack. We’ll be running this on our local machine and to make it even simpler, we’ll be leveraging an awesome tool called Botkit which will do most of the heavy-lifting […]
In a nutshell, MessageMedia Lookups API validates the phone numbers you’re sending to by checking their validity, type and carrier records. In this example, we’ll use Node.js and the MessageMedia Lookups API to validate phone numbers from a CSV file. Prerequisites In order to work through this tutorial, you need: A MessageMedia developers account Node […]
This tutorial guides you into setting up a customer database and integrating it with MessageMedia for sending text messages and tracking their delivery.
In this guide we'll build a small example application for sending the same message to multiple recipients at once.
This article shows you how to send messages from the REST API and then handle the POST webhook in C#.