Yes, You Can Send Emojis

Key takeaways You can send emojis Emojis must be URL-encoded in the request payload Review our examples, but build and test sending emojis in your application Yes, you can send…


How to handle reply messages, solutions for your use case

Key takeaways Understanding SMS Working with the asynchronous nature of texting Tracking the Reply Message The Backstory Zipwhip’s texting solutions provides businesses the…


Web Hooks

Web Hooks: Handle real-time text messaging events

Key Takeaways What are Web Hooks? How to effectively use Web Hooks Example of Web Hooks Capitalizing on Web Hooks Web Hooks, known also as Callbacks, are your source of…


Crawl Walk Run Zipwhip Integration

Crawl, walk, run to integrate Zipwhip

Key takeaways Integrating Zipwhip into proprietary systems Embedding the full Zipwhip web app Embedding the Conversation Widget Custom integration Crawl, walk, run integration…


Zipwhip API: credentials and authentication

Key takeaways Managing Zipwhip credentials Retrieving API credentials Managing credential lifecycle Zipwhip authentication Almost every organization that looks into using…


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Manual control of a servo on the Arduino for the Zipwhip TextSpresso machine

https://youtu.be/HAdI96rrUUc Control a servo without using the Arduino servo library. The Arduino has a great servo library, but we found while making our TextSpresso machine that…


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Tutorial: Using the Zipwhip API in Java to receive text messages via sockets

I wrote a post about two weeks ago about using the Zipwhip API in Java to send a text message. This post will complete the picture by showing you how to receive a text message via…