New! In App Messaging SDKs for iOS and Android
As a native developer it’s welcoming to have instruction that speaks directly to the platforms and tools you are using to develop in and that’s just what the newly released iOS and Android SDKs for the In App Messaging API provide.
The SDKs leverage the power of both platforms. They include wrapper libraries, full API documentation, guides to installation and setup, and working code samples. The wrapper libraries significantly reduce the complexity of building applications that use the AT&T API platform services. The SDKs also provide in-built support for end user authentication and authorization that are necessary to use this API.
The Android SDK supports applications developed with the Android Software Development Kit, available at http://developer.android.com and also provides the Java library necessary to develop native applications on the Android platform. This SDK supports applications designed for Android version 4.0 and higher.
A sample messaging inbox application for Android is also available at https://github.com/attdevsupport/android-sdk-sample. This sample shows how you can integrate this SDK in your own Android applications. Read more about this SDK and download the library from http://developer.att.com/sdks-plugins/att-in-app-messaging-sdk-for-android.
The iOS SDK provides an Objective-C library that can be used with Xcode 5.0 to build native iOS applications. It supports applications targeting iOS version 6.0 and higher.
A sample messaging inbox application for iOS is also available at https://github.com/attdevsupport/ios-sdk-samples. This sample shows how to integrate the SDK in your own iOS applications. Read more about the SDK and download the library from http://developer.att.com/sdks-plugins/att-in-app-messaging-sdk-for-ios.
To learn more about the overall capabilities of the In App Messaging API, visits our docs page.