Please consider our app - Jitbit Helpdesk? Disclaimer: I'm one of the developers so I'm not posting any reviews/pros/cons since I'm obviously biased.
We have both SaaS and self-hosted versions and the SaaS is $69 for 4 agents ($17 per agent). All the features you mentioned are there.
In Android, you can use Contacts to track various things about a person. The under the Notes section of a contact, you can write things like where you met etc. Contacts can then be synced with your laptop or online using any of the various sync software.
If you want something more complex, then you need a CRM system...
But also see description of Monica - ...
For my various open source projects, I have about 20 mailing lists using Google Groups. I have no complain.
Almost no configuration
No ads included in the emails
Built-in antispam works well
People can choose to receive emails or just watch on the web, or receive digests
Search works well
Any traffic volume
Any number of ...
Azure ML offers limited guest access (no credit card needed).
BigML also provides:
Ensembles of decision trees (bagging and random decision forests) for classification and regression tasks.
Logistic regression for classification tasks.
K-means and g-means for cluster analysis.
Isolation forests for anomaly detection.
Magnum opus for association discovery....
I've used CRM, never used the other two.
Five9 appears to have an native integration with CRM so you should be good there.
Five9 Application Integration
And, Etriuge also appears to have a native integration with CRM.
Stand Alone or Integrated with CRM
CRM doesnt have native integrations to either of those. But CRM as a product has a huge number of ...
Syncfusion provides an end to end Dashboard solution that can be used for Enterprise Dashboards and Analytics.
Visualize data in form of gauges, charts, data tables, etc.: Yes
Integrate with database sources like MySQL and MongoDB: Yes
Perform analytics in the back-end to generate analyzed results from datasets as cron jobs do: Can be done with the ...
I've started to collect some alternatives here, as this is a re-occuring issue at F-Droid (which does not permit Firebase or other proprietary components).
Gotify is an open-source push notification server (you can explore its Swagger API doc)
Server Sent Events (SSE) are used by some apps like Tutanota
XMPP is used by several apps (of course including XMPP ...
I'm the founder of Ticket Tailor and came across your question.
We usually work out much cheaper than Eventbrite due to the fact that we don't take a cut on the ticket sale and we allow you to use stripe for payment processing who have low payment processing fees. You can see details of our pricing here: https://www.tickettailor.com/pricing
Whilst Ticket ...
You could take a look at https://trello.com
I use it for planning, workflows and also to save information about manufacturers/customers. Take a look at the trello example borads: https://trello.com/inspiration
You can implement "Social login" for your application. This allows people to log in using Google, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Yahoo, Microsoft, and any other service you choose to support. The only downside is that not all users will have accounts at your chosen providers and some users won't want to link their social accounts to your service.
Perhaps this is this too basic for you, but here we go:
I am currently taking part in a set of tutorials about the Google Cloud Platform (GCP), and so could you (of course there are other cloud vendors)
If you go to Qwiklabs ( a company acquired by Google) you can do some hands-on labs and tutorials for free. However, for your question I'd recommend the ...
Give our app a try - Jitbit Helpdesk.
We support various SSO methods - from Google Login to custom SAML providers (Azure AD for example)
Email-based is our primary focus.
We have a feature called Ideas Forum (you can rename it in settings). It is basically a forum where users can talk to each other, ask questions and make suggestions.
You can put ...
this StackOverflow post may also provide some additional options, such as:
One option that I felt was not mentioned in that post and deserves consideration is http://hood.ie/. I found it in a medium post listing some open source firebase alternatives and it seemed ...
It is very simple to write something like this.
Whether it's secure enough? It depends on how secure your 2fa-online web service is.
Here is a Python snippet using module oath which reads the base32-encoded shared secrets from the file given at first commmand-line argument and outputs a TOTP value with 6 digits:
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
Generate TOTP ...
Smashing is an open-source alternative that’s more aimed towards displaying on monitors/TV screens, and doesn't offer so much in the way of interactivity. But I've begun experimenting in how to modify it and write API integrations to allow it to control more things.
I might be 5 years late, but this problem bothered me as well for some time.
So, I've decided to create a solution - Visum.
Visum was created to solve the problem of viewing office files on Linux the right way.
Benefits of using Visum:
🚀 Blazingly fast
⚡ Built on pre-installed technologies
💻 Lightweight to install
🚫 NO need for an ...
The whole product is available for free through the community license if you qualify (less than 1 million USD in revenue).
Note: I work for Syncfusion.
I ended up going with Codeship, which meets all my requirements.
Integration with Bitbucket was very easy - a few clicks and everything was set up. Their free plan is currently limited to 1 concurrent build and 100 builds per month, but this is plenty for my projects.
The only somewhat painful part was setting up the actual build script, although I haven't ...
You can use TeamSnap for this.
It is a service designed for clubs and similar, providing them with a web presence.
You can define access levels, create mailing lists, handle photographs.
It seems to suit all your requirements.
There are free and paid levels, dependent of course upon features and level of usage.
I was able to complete these exact steps using Microsoft Flow.
Set a Recurrence task in Microsoft Flow to run the flow on a schedule
Call a particular API (via REST endpoint) using an HTTP Action
Retrieve the JSON results. Add a condition to check for a Status Code of 200
If Yes, send relevant individuals an email when the REST call is successful
The $48 plan at https://youcanbook.me/pricing/ actually seems to be doing what I'd asked for in my question above.
It was just really tricky to figure out and set up.
The main steps that I wish I'd known about:
Choose "display 5 minute slots", "minimum 90 minutes", "default 90 minute booking", "maximum 90 minutes", 0 padding, "on duty events" = "Available ...
LimeSurvey has such a feature. The question type is called "Ranking". You can define a list of items
and the user can then define the ranking by drag'n'drop:
LimeSurvey is available as a service or you can download and install your own copy.
Shrib is a webapp for saving and sharing notes. It also has the option to encrypt them via password, email address, or phone number.
Able to save long notes. This is an example note with 60 000 dots. Password is softwarerecs