The AT&T Device Capabilities API gives developers a way to identify the end user's device and its capabilities in order to develop applications that best support the user's experience. Developers can customize their apps to match user devices based on information such as make, model and firmware release. The API, currently in beta, uses RESTful calls and responses are in XML and JSON.
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The AT&T Microsoft SDK is a development kit for multiple AT&T APIs i.e. Speech, Advertising, Device Capabilities, SMS, MMS, and In-App Messaging; written in .NET and C#. This SDK provides developers a way to integrate these APIs with web-enabled Windows applications using .NET and/or C#.