Author Archives: Yanir

Lush – Chat Party

We were happy to be part of Lush chat party. Lush a cosmetics company created 4 RumbleTalk chat rooms for their trivia game. Lush asked questions to their audience (Over 5000 chatters) and the one answered correctly, got a code … Continue reading

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Bitcoins – One of the hottest trends in social trading

In our former post we shared with you the trends we expect in 2014 for RumbleTalk chat room integration domains. We indicated that one of the main trends that we expect to shine is related to the stock & options … Continue reading

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Chat widget interface now supports Thai!

We are glad to inform you that our chat widget now supports the Thai language. Thanks to our user Thammarat who translated our language file to this beautiful language. If you would like to translate the chat widget to your … Continue reading

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From a 4 step wizard to a two fields form

Several months ago I’ve set off writing a registration process for our users to join our chat service. Being a developer, I’ve tried creating a process which simulates the flow of information in our underlying system (the database). Naturally, I’ve … Continue reading

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Designing chat – Public Beta

We have finished all the “musts” for our pre-public beta. Home page: We had wonderful and hectic period to try and finalize all the requests/remarks & bugs you placed on our plate during the private beta. We know we have much … Continue reading

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The First Skinnable Chat – RumbleTalk.

One of the reasons WordPress blogs are so popular is that it’s easy to find a plethora of various themes and templates that will fit any type of blog. People like to have a lot of options when it comes to making their sites look the way they want them to, but they don’t want too much hassle in setting them up or maintaining them. Continue reading

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