What is an API?
An application programming interface (API) is a set of routines, data structures, object classes, and/or protocols provided by libraries and/or operating system services in order to support the building of applications.
What APIs do you provide?
provides various APIs and examples for many programming languages.
The most popular are: the SQL API, the HTTP API, the E-mail API, and
the File API. Software developers often connect to the SMS gateway
using the built in SMPP server.
Example program codes are available for C#, C++, ASP VB, PHP, Java, and Delphi.
- SMS basics
- Why is SMS so successful?
- Example applications of SMS messaging
- SMS number formats
- SMS and MMS message types
- Short Message Service Center (SMSC)
- SMS Gateway
- Two way SMS system - Ozeki NG
- Hardware and software requirements
- 2.2 Network requirements
- Ozeki SMS Gateway - General information about the software
- Message types
- Delivery reports
- GSM modem
- SQL to SMS
- HTTP to SMS gateway
- E-mail to SMS and SMS to E-mail forwarding
- Autoreply database
- Performance and scalability
- Problem resolution
- Cost control and usage statistics
- Trial version of the SMS Gateway
- Commercial questions