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Please visit our new Developers Center for all developer and API resources: http://www.textmarks.com/dev
Primary interfaces for mobilizing web applications with the
TextMarks Mobile Application Services Platform (TMMASP) are:
TMMASP then parses the response and optionally sends a text message back to the user with your data. This can be the "answer" the user wanted, the result of an operation requested by the user, or the next step in a menu navigation you define.
just a line of HTML) on your web pages, blog, profile page, or even
your TextMark subscribers. (Without the API, you can still
* To request an API key, visit our Developers Center
by clicking the "Developers" tab: http://www.textmarks.com/dev/api/reg/
URL Variable Substitution
*Include 1, 2, ... 9 in the URL and these variables will be replaced by the words that follow the TextMark in the request, or use to get all words following the TextMark.
*For example, try requesting the TextMark AMAZON followed by the ISBN number of a book. You will receive the price of that book on Amazon. The URL for that TextMark is: "http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1/".
Contextual Responses for Multiple Choice Menus & Voting
In conjunction with dynamic TextMarks, allows you to provide easy menus, polls, multiple choice questions, etc.
"Short responses" are defined as one character responses (a-t, A-T, 0-9), or two character responses (a-z, A-Z, 0-9). Examples: 1, 2, 14, 05, 99, a, t, f, CA, SF, J7... Note that single character responses u-z and U-Z are reserved by TextMarks.