With the Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) users can send messages from their mobile device to an application ("mobile originate") or an application can send messages to one or more mobile users ("mobile terminate"). The MMS content can include video, images, audio, and synchronized multimedia integration language (SMIL) formatting as well as plain text.
The API uses REST and SOAP protocols. Data formats include JSON and XML.
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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#.