I chose to use a text box so that you can click on it, select the code, and copy it. This is so you can just copy and paste the code if you want to send it to someone instead of trying to memorize it and retype it in another messaging app.
Sendth.at now skims through the text that is transferred. If a link is found, it will ask you if you’d like to open it. This prevents the need for the extra step of copying and pasting the link from the text to your browser of choice.
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These are the next items I will be working on, please share your suggested features as a reply!
Allow users to share the codes and instructions to access via text or email.
Add a more robust solution for managing codes. Note sure what I will decide on, but some thoughts are deleting items after x number of hours and checking if a code already exist before using that code.
Again, please let me know if you have any feature suggestions!
Then they go to a separate ‘Display Response’ page.
When this screen starts, I check to see if the text that was returned contains http. If it does, then I strip the link out of the response using some text blocks and prompt the user if they would like to open it.