Hello you all, this is Kunihiko Sato, a member of the LINE AD Platform. Imagine Cup, an IT conference organized by Microsoft was held in Seattle from July 23–25 2018, which I attended as a representative of Japan. I’d like to share my experience there and story on winning third place. Imagine Cup is open to students, …
Now and then, code quality becomes an issue in a team and everyone starts to talk about how we can improve unit test and code coverage, but not for long. Eventually, it’s not a hot topic anymore as people get busy. But then, you will experience déjà vu probably within a year, because the same idea comes back the next year. My name is Bryan Liu, a quality engineer working on test automation of LINE NOW, and I’d like to share what I did to facilitate unit test and code review process in LINE Taiwan.
A new type of message has been added to the LINE Messaging API, Flex Message. We’ve been using a template-typed message in which you could place plain text, stickers, images, media types like videos, buttons and URLs. This type is quite useful for where the user had to select an option from available options, but there were restrictions such as the maximum number of buttons allowed, which is 4, for the button template, or the order in which you had to arrange the elements for a layout — title, content, and buttons.
What is Flex Message?
The Flex Message type frees you from the old restrictions and enables you to arrange layouts as desired. There is a display frame, but you can change the layout as you do with HTML code, and each component is neatly displayed. Here are a few of the layouts you can compose with Flex Message.
This article is an interview conducted by Jirawat Karanwittayakarn, a technology evangelist at LINE Thailand, with MEB Corporation. MEB Corporation is a well-known leader in the e-book industry in Thailand. We had a chance to meet them and ask how they integrated their service with LINE Pay.
This article is an interview conducted by Jirawat Karanwittayakarn, a technology evangelist at LINE Thailand, with Double A Corporation, a company servicing cloud-based printing. Double A Corporation has integrated their service with LINE Pay, and we asked how they were going with it.
Hi all, this is Jeongil from Technical Writing team in LINE. I am based in Korea, and have been in the field of Technical writing for the past ten years. Currently, my main job is writing and managing Clova documentation for third-party developers.
Perhaps this is the first time for you to hear of technical writing or may be you have heard about it but don’t exactly know what it is. In Korea, there is no degree programs for technical writing and in fact, it is quite difficult to find a person of this profession, especially the ones in the software industry, writing infrastructure documents or API references.
Having a rather small ecosystem, us technical writers in Korea rely much on web searches or team members for getting the latest news, tips, know-hows and strategies for technical writing. We struggle with such limited resources. Write the Docs Prague 2018 really hit the spot for me.
What is a module bundler?
AIR GO is an app vulnerability scanning service for finding vulnerabilities in Android or iOS app package files (apk or ipa). AIR GO is somewhat similar to SandDroid, an open source project. Recently, LINE has been using AIR GO to check LINE apps for vulnerabilities before they are released, to provide secure services to LINE users. Anyone can access AIR GO simply by registering their email address. Actually, AIR GO had been introduced on the LINE website previously; today, I’d like to discuss about it in more of a developer’s point of view.
How it all began
These days, my main tasks as a member of Slack management team, are making and operating slack bots at LINE. One day, we got a request to combine the bots we use into a single bot, for the following reasons:
- Inviting numerous bots into a chat is a fuss.
- Knowing all the bots available is difficult.
- Adding more functions to a single bot is better than adding more bots.