The MessageMedia Messaging API allows developers to build two-way messaging applications. This API provides access to three main resources: messages, delivery reports, and replies. Messages are delivered from an application to a handset. Delivery reports are given in real time and may change status several times as the message is processed. Replies are messages sent from a handset to an application, usually in reply to a previously sent message.
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The MessageMedia Ruby C# for sending and receiving messages provides a number of endpoints for building powerful two-way messaging applications. To get started, developers can send an SMS, get status of a message, get replies to a message, and check delivery reports.
The MessageMedia PHP SDK for sending and receiving messages is on GitHub. To get started, developers can enter the API Key and secret obtained from the MessageMedia Developers Portal into the code snippet and a mobile number.