What is OSS (Open Source Software)?
OSS (Open Source Software) is software with source code that anyone can freely use, reuse, modify, alter, and redistribute.
By integrating real stores and services on LINE, which were previously built separately, we can provide a new purchasing experience tailored to the end user's situation.See details
Quickly issue membership cards by simply agreeing to the authorization. You can also send electronic receipts. Send follow-up messages to increase repeat customers.See details
No need to call a staff member or wait in line at the cash register to place an order. Checkout is also completed with your smartphone. Payments can be made each time you place an order, or as a lump-sum payment when you leave the restaurant.See details
No more time-consuming membership registration or app downloads. Reminder notifications by Messaging API prevent forgetting to visit the store.See details
Restaurant(AWS version) To GitHub
Hair salon(AWS version) To GitHub
Supports local government DX by enabling the distribution of information tailored to citizens' needs, immediate responses to "frequently asked questions" by chatbots, and the reception of reports from citizens.See details
The source code is provided by LINE Fukuoka Corporation's "LINE SMART CITY GovTech Program".
You can create bots that interact with users in LINE chat rooms. Use your LINE Official Account to interview customers about their situation and send effective messages for product sales.See details
You can authenticate users by using their LINE account credentials. By linking your LINE account with a third-party account and using it in combination with the Messaging API, you can send messages to users based on their usage of the service.See details
LINE MINI App
Web apps that meet various lifestyle needs can be developed as LIFF/LINE MINI Apps and run on LINE. Profile information registered by users in their LINE accounts can be used in the web app.See details
LINE Pay is a payment system that LINE users can use at LINE Pay member stores. You can introduce a payment system using LINE Pay to your own services.See details
You can respond to internal inquiries and so on with a chatbot. It isn't limited to words or keywords, but can also respond to questions in the style of everyday conversation, achieving a natural responses.See details
What is OSS (Open Source Software)?
OSS (Open Source Software) is software whose source code can be freely used, modified, and redistributed by anyone. Restrictions and conditions are set by the software in the form of a license, and users must comply with the license before using the software.
What is the cloud?
Cloud is an abbreviation for cloud platform service, which allows the use of servers and storage as a service. In contrast to on-premise, where equipment is purchased and used each time it is needed, the cloud lets you use various resources as a pay-as-you-go service.
What is AWS (Amazon Web Services)?
AWS (Amazon Web Services) is a cloud platform service provided by Amazon. AWS has more than 200 services, including EC2. One of LINE's AWS-based initiatives is the "LINE DX Program with AWS.(Japanese only)"
What is Microsoft Azure?
Microsoft Azure is a cloud platform service provided by Microsoft. Microsoft Azure has more than 200 products and services that you can combine to build your infrastructure. LINE's Microsoft Azure initiatives include "LINE launches joint project with 'Microsoft Azure' partners to support the spread and expansion of MaaS nationwide(Japanese only)" and "LINE launches joint project with 'Microsoft Azure' partners to support DX in the retail industry.(Japanese only)"
What is serverless?
Serverless refers to serverless computing, where instead of keeping a server running all the time, it executes code triggered by an action such as an HTTP request, and resources are released as soon as the execution is finished. A typical serverless service is AWS Lambda.