SMS++
SMS++

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Update 21 Apr 2013: We’ve been published in the International Journal of Information Technology and Computer Science (IJITCS)!

Juan Li, Justin Anderson, Matti Kariluoma, Kailash Joshi, Prateek Rajan, Pubudu Wijeyaratne,”iText – SMS-based Web Services for Low-end Cell Phones”, IJITCS, vol.5, no.5, pp.22-28, 2013.DOI: 10.5815/ijitcs.2013.05.03
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Also available on github : http://www.github.com/matti-kariluoma/sms-plusplus

For my computer networks class, I convinced our group to do a project involving the SMS protocol. We agreed to do some sort of SMS service, where you’d message a particular number or email address (not obvious that you can message an email address!) using a small command language, and access web services such as email, calender, etc.

We ended up with web search and email (through google’s OpenAuth and a registration website we cooked up), and managed to do a demo live in class during our report. We used a Nokia N900 and two webservers, which aren’t live anymore unfortunately, shit’s expensive.


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