Developing MMS Applications: Multimedia Messaging Services for Wireless Networks

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McGraw-Hill, 2003 - Computers - 272 pages
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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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About the author (2003)

Scott Guthery is CTO of Mobile-Mind, a wireless applications and software development firm headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts. He is also co-author of the popular Mobile Application Development with SMS and the SIM Toolkit and the definitive Smart Cards: The Developer's Toolkit. An active contributor to international wireless standards groups, Guthery chairs the Architecture Working Group of ETSI's Smart Card Platform Project. Prior to founding Mobile-Mind, he led the development of the first Java Card(TM) at Schlumberger and the Smart Card for Windows operating system at Microsoft.

Mary Cronin is President of Mobile-Mind and co-author of Mobile Application Development with SMS and the SIM Toolkit. She is also the author of numerous books and articles on business on the Internet, e-commerce, and mobile commerce, including Doing Business on the Internet and Unchained Value. Dr. Cronin serves on the Engineering Advisory Board of the Aurora Funds, a venture firm in North Carolina.

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