Retford B., Schwartz J. - How to Build an SMS Service

Retford B., Schwartz J. - How to Build an SMS Service
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How to Build an SMS Service
Год выпуска: 2007
Автор: Brian Retford, Jordan Schwartz
Жанр: Mobile Developer
Издательство: O'Reilly
ISBN-10: 0596515138
Формат: CHM
Качество: eBook (изначально компьютерное)
Количество страниц: 72
Описание: The simple text message application that appears on virtually all mobile phones is the ultimate thin client, allowing your users access to the full computing power and informational depth of the Internet from a cheap cell phone on a mountaintop. Building an SMS service can be quite simple. This tutorial guides you through a variety of implementations, giving you the information you need to choose one that best fits your unique needs and circumstances.
More than that, though, it seeks to help you understand the core principles necessary to make your service a success.
The simple text message application that appears on virtually all mobile phones is the ultimate thin client, allowing your users access to the full computing power and informational depth of the Internet from a cheap cell phone on a mountaintop.
Building an SMS service can be quite simple. This tutorial guides you through a variety of implementations, giving you the information you need to choose one that best fits your unique needs and circumstances. More than that, though, it seeks to help you understand the core principles necessary to make your service a success.
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Introduction
Chapter 1. Introducing SMS
Section 1.1. Message Format
Section 1.2. Definitions
Section 1.3. International Issues
Chapter 2. Types of SMS Service
Section 2.1. Notification
Section 2.2. Lookup
Section 2.3. Messaging/Social Networking
Section 2.4. Action
Section 2.5. Art
Chapter 3. SMS Interaction Design Considerations
Section 3.1. Short message length
Section 3.2. Intrusiveness
Section 3.3. High Barrier to Input
Section 3.4. Slow Interactivity
Section 3.5. Minimal Affordances
Section 3.6. Limited Character Set
Section 3.7. Always On Everywhere
Section 3.8. Store and Forward
Section 3.9. Multitasking and Stealth
Chapter 4. SMS Short Codes
Section 4.1. More Is Less
Chapter 5. SMS Fundamentals
Section 5.1. Pricing: Paying for SMS Messages
Section 5.2. Premium SMS: Getting Paid for Your Service
Chapter 6. Six Ways to Implement SMS
Chapter 7. Using an SMS Aggregator
Section 7.1. The Basics
Section 7.2. Advantages and Disadvantages
Section 7.3. Example Service: Conference Messaging
Chapter 8. Using a Smartphone as an SMS Modem
Section 8.1. The Basics
Section 8.2. Advantages and Disadvantages
Section 8.3. Example Service: Echo and Hello World Using a Smartphone
Section 8.4. Server Architecture
Section 8.5. Tips and Tricks
Chapter 9. Using Email to SMS Gateways
Section 9.1. The Basics
Section 9.2. Example Service: Weather Updates
Chapter 10. Using a Mashup: 411Sync
Section 10.1.
Chapter 11. Using Twitter to Build a SMS Service
Section 11.1. Twitter Overview
Section 11.2. The Twitter API
Section 11.3. Advantages and Disadvantages
Section 11.4. Example Service: Echo
Chapter 12. Using Windows Live Alerts
Chapter 13. Summary
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