Omnichannel Services – Dynamically Sized Images

Today I’m going to talk about how you can create an omnichannel service to provide images to your apps and web that are sized dynamically. This is very useful when you need to support a number of different resolutions and orientations. In this example, I will use PHP and its support for image manipulation, but…

Omnichannel Services – Access a Database

Today I’m going to show you how to setup and access a simple database. When building omnichannel services, this could be a way to access a back-end database or to store data that is not available in the back-end systems. If the data in the back-end system change very seldom and need to be aggregated,…

Omnichannel Services – Call a SOAP Service

Today I’m going to show you how to consume a SOAP web service with PHP and transform its content to JSON, so that it’s easily consumable by apps and webs. Many web services are provided according to the SOAP standard, whether they are publicly available on the Internet or internal services provided by the back-end…

Omnichannel Services – First Service

In my previous video, I started the practical exercise of setting up omnichannel services in the cloud by creating a server in the Amazon cloud. Now it’s time to create the first service, and even if I will do that using a simple PHP script, I will also indicate how it can be done on…