How to Put FAQ Chatbot into Your App

Let’s start this article with a quite long question: “What if you have an app or running website, and want to automate incoming questions about your products from your customers. You want the question to be accessible from several chatting platforms, not only from your own platform but also from Facebook Messenger or even LINE as well. …

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How to Integrate Qiscus Chat SDK Into Ionic Apps

Indonesia is an active user of smartphones, which is why so many local and foreign companies are competing to build mobile applications. However, the needs of mobile developers are not proportional to the number of existing developers. So Ionic is a tool that targets web programmers to be able to create mobile apps with the …

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How to Create Customer Service Chat with Qiscus

On January the 2nd, 2018 we announced our new customers service solution package called Omnichannel Chat Solution. We personally called it Qismo. Qismo is an accelerator package as a solution for customers service. It is an integrated service which connects customers to merchants via currently available messaging services in the market such as FB messenger, Line, and …

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Integrating Kata.ai Bot into Qiscus SDK Chat App

Kata.ai is an Indonesian Artificial Intelligence (AI) service provider focusing on creating and integrating chatbot into available conversation service clients such as Messenger, Line, Telegram, Slack or even generic messaging service clients (those are called channels in Kata.ai). The good news is that if you are using Qiscus Chat SDK to build your chat application, …

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Create a Simple Echo Chatbot Using Qiscus Chat SDK

In this article, we would like to leverage a process of integrating chatbot into a chat app that is created using our chat engine Qiscus Chat  SDK. We are going to create a simple echo bot and simple chat sdk app to do so. Let’s get to the point. First thing first, you need to …

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Handling Multiple Datasources Using Repository Pattern

Building an iOS client-server based application is easy. You can do it in 3 steps: (1) Place an Alamofire pod dependencies into your project then (2) call the API from UIViewController and (3) show its results on your View. For example, we want to create simple To-do list app and we have an api endpoint …

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Protocol for Modularity in Swift

We often develop an app in a short time but it is a very complex process. To meet the delivery target, it would be better to use some pod dependencies. SJProgressHUD is one of the modular dependencies available for displaying popup or loading processes which is available on Cocoapods. The alternatives are SVProgressHUD, MBProgressHUD, JQProgressHUD. …

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