Using core telecom network features to develop web applications, Part 2: Using REST style APIs

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Raghunath Nair and Chandrashekar Naik

Date archived: December 20, 2016 | First published: March 29, 2011

Traditionally, building telecom applications implied dealing with telecom network complexities and having technical skills on telecom protocols such as SMPP, MLP, and Parlay. This two-part article describes how a third-party application developer can build value-added services that leverage core telecom features that are available in the service provider’s network, without having those programming skills. This article, Part 2, discusses different ways of developing telecom applications with ease by using REST style APIs that are exposed by IBM® WebSphere® Telecom Web Services Server (TWSS).

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