The technology field is always “moving” – new trends emerge every day and constantly evolving. In recent years, we have seen budding, growth, change and emergence in areas such as artificial intelligence, blockchain, and the Internet of Things. These technologies are shaping the way we live and work, while also having a profound impact on industries ranging from manufacturing and healthcare to finance. As technology advances, more exciting developments are expected in the future. Here are some tech trends to watch in 2023.
The technology has evolved from rule-based chatbots to AI-driven chatbots. More recently, chatbots have seen massive adoption, as seen in search engines like You.com, which have introduced Github Copilot, ChatGPT, and YouChat. Quora is also testing Poe, an AI-powered chatbot that allows users to get instant responses and move conversations back and forth.
This conclusively shows that the future of search is chatbots. Does it make sense to navigate through 5-10 web pages just by using a chatbot embedded in an e-commerce website?Hello from Techweez’Build on top of existing messaging platforms like Facebook, Whatsapp, Telegram to save time. In this case, the Telegram API is the platform of choice as it is 100% self-onboarding and does not require approvals.
Instructions: Create a chatbot in Telegram
Step 1: Text the bot father @botFather and[新しいボット]and enter your preferred bot name and username.
Step 2: Copy the API access token and register the bot’s webhook. To register your webhook, append your token to this URL https://api.telegram.org/bot
Note: Your webhook must be a publicly accessible domain or IP address. If you don’t have a domain, you can get one here or use a tunnel such as ngrok for Telegram to talk to localhost. You should see a success message like this.
Step 3: Add logic to your webhook.
<?php $endpoint="https://api.telegram.org/bot<YOUR_API_ACCESS_TOKEN>/"; $update=json_decode(file_get_contents("php://input")); $threadId = $update->callback_query->from->id; $username = $update->callback_query->from->first_name; $message= "Hello $username, greetings from Techweez."; file_get_contents($endpoint."sendMessage?chat_id=".$threadId."&text=$message"); ?>
Step 4: Test your bot.you can test usHello TechweezHere is the bot.
2) Headless CMS
For decades WordPress, Joomla, and other “TraditionalContent management systems have been at the forefront of no-code tools used to create web applications. However, these tools have drawbacks such as multiple security vulnerabilities, poor scalability, and inflexible architectures.
Features of the strap
- Typescript support: Developers can now create and write lines of code in TypeScript files. All these files are automatically compiled during the development phase.
- Auto-generated documentation: Create and maintain documents with one click.
- web hook: to implement the desired functionality by calling back where needed.
- API token: Strapi improves token-based authentication with custom permissions.
- GraphQL or RESTful: APIs can be consumed from any client (React, Vue, Angular), mobile apps or even IoT using REST or GraphQL.
- Multi-database support: Strapi supports SQLite, MySQL, and Postgres database engines.
Other headless content management systems include Ghost, TinaCMS and Directus.