For any received MMS, you can use the MMS library to view the content of the file. The MMS library also can be used to encode or decode MMS message.
The library is available at http://platform.twit88.com/projects/mt-mms
Windows 10 has been tested to work successfully in this release.
Do make sure that the demo program is run under "Administrator" privilege to make sure all the functions work, especially for MMS sending and receiving.
This is a patch release to fix a few minor issues with SMPP, together with support for Mono platform.
The Android app is available at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mymobkit&hl=en.
After installing the app, start the service and you will see an notification displaying the IP address to access the messaging services.
The development of the mobile app is currently in progress. You can preview the app by downloading it at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mymobkit&hl=en
We are planning for a next release which
- Provide HTTP APIs to send/receive messages through GSM modems, and smart phones
- Provide a free Android application in cases where AT commands are not fully supported on certain smart phones.
Also, do check out the Web API project hosted at https://code.google.com/p/messagingtoolkit-web-api/source/browse/
Besides a few bug fixes, support for .NET 4.5 is added. You can now find all the binaries under the "Binaries" folder.
We are working on the Web API project for MessagingToolkit. You can check out the source which is available at https://code.google.com/p/messagingtoolkit-web-api/source/browse/
It has been awhile since our last release. We are now working on the new release to expose the APIs to many more languages (Java, Python, PHP, Ruby, C/C++, etc). Stay tuned for the next release...
You can now get the libraries for both MessagingToolkit and MessagingToolkit Barcode from the NuGet Gallery here
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