Friday, October 17, 2008

WS 1.0 is (soon) here

Maybe some of you remember my blog about some new eSMS clients. Well, i wasn't lying. In a couple of weeks (maybe faster) we do the final polishing on the first version of the web service API that we promised you. It's not acctually that complicated, it's all only about sending SMS. It would be cool if some of you guys would like to try it out and come with your opinions. We could provide you with a number of free SMS and in return you could come with constructive criticism about the functionality. Those interested could send me a mail: marko.salonen@mobispine.com and as subject "Testing WS 1.0".

In the first version we don't support MMS, that will come in version 2.0 but lets take it a step at a time.

Other cool stuff is the gadgets and widgets. We did a small change when we prioritized and instead of Google widgets we focus on Vista and Mac gadgets.
Basically these have the same soure code base and easy to work with. Our client developers are working hard on those and soon they can be taken in use.

I hope you guys allready tested the current clients. If not, go here

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

This can be a great news if sending unicode messages is supported ...

Hiljen said...

We will make unicode available of course. For what country are you interested?

Anonymous said...

It's quite interesting question re what country ...
As the "uni" (in the unicode) means universal, it actually doesn't metter, Joakim!
But OK, just for example, sending localized sms messages to:
China, Russia, Bulgaria, Turkey, Greece, ...

Is it enough ? ;-)

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