You are warmly welcome to the ultimate messaging center providing the right resources designed for easy and effective mobile communication. The topics in this documentation will guide you to easily send messages to clients from your custom messaging applications. We take step by step and detailed approach in discussing every necessary part of the resources for a seamless integration with your applications.
The SDK libraries and scripts contain classes and methods that do the bulk of the work for you. After referencing any of the libraries in your applications, you only need to call functions that simplify messaging. You can easily integrate our API in your applications with the SDKs and start messaging within some few minutes.
With diverse programming languages used in developing applications, we also strive to provide SDKs for commonly used application programming languages in order to extend our support to many applications. Currently, the SDK documentation covers programming constructs in the following languages:
As we continue to extend our SDKs support for other programming languages, the documentation will also be updated to cover those programming constructs as well.
A major goal for the design of the messaging SDKs is to simplify integration of our API in custom messaging applications. This extends to supporting multiple programming platforms in order for many developers to have the benefits of using the SDKs.
We have messaging SDKs to support applications running on
as well as mobile platforms like
Uiversal Windows Platform (UWP)
applications and thus providing cross-platform support.
The .NET Standard messaging SDK can be used in applications running on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS that target .NET Core, thus providing cross-platform solution to integration with our messaging gateway. Additionally, our Java messaging SDK can also be used in Java applications running on Windows or Linux as well as other platforms that run the Java Virtual Machine (JVM).
Mobile applications are not left out of this great integration experience. Mobile applications targetting Android, iOS, UWP with Xamarin or Mono can use the .NET Standard messaging SDK for sending messages in mobile applications. Additonally, mobile applications can target the Android mobile platform by using the Java messaging SDK for integration.
VB/VBA On Windows
Using the .NET SDKs, VB/VBA application developers can integrate our API in their applications for messaging. That is, both the .NET Framework and .NET Standard build SDKs can be used for integration in VB/VBA applications. For example, the .NET Framework and .NET Standard build SDKs can be used in Microsoft Excel, Access, Outlook, and other VB/VBA applications to easily send messages through our robust API.