Developing MMS Applications: Multimedia Messaging Services for Wireless Networks
MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) adds colour graphics, audio and video to today's messaging. This introduction to MMS architecture and standards contains eye-opening case studies of early MMS rollouts by content providers and mobile carriers. It features step-by-step examples of how to design and develop profitable multimedia messaging applications and includes working code that developers can use to jump-start their own projects.
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Understanding the MMS Architecture
Structure of an MMS Message
The MMl_submit Envelope
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3GPP Append Examples ASCII audio track Boolean Resolution browser bytes character sets Codec component Conformance SMIL content providers content-disposition content-transfer-encoding Description device supports device's digital rights management e-mail encoding Ericsson graphics header fields Hello iMelody Internet interoperability JPEG Literal Resolution Locked Examples Mandatory media elements media formats MIDI MIME MM1 envelope MM1 interface MMS application developers MMS architecture MMS content MMS development MMS encapsulation MMS handsets MMS message MMS notification message MMS services MMSC mobile applications mobile phone multimedia messaging service network operator Nokia Optional Override Examples Property value protocol rdf-schema#Bag rdf-schema#Property rdf:Bag rdf:Description rdf:type rdfs:comment rdfs:domain rdf:resource="#BrowserUA rdfs:domain rdf:resource="#HardwarePlatform rdfs:domain rdf:resource="#PushCharacteristics rdfs:domain rdf:resource="#SoftwarePlatform rdfs:domain rdf:resource="#WapCharacteristics recipient revenue ringtone screen sender server short messaging service SMIL program SMIL script Sony Ericsson T68i subscribers TABLE tion transcoding VASP vCalendar WBMP X-Mms-Message-Type X-Mms-Transaction-Id