Mobile solutions are developing and so is its technology. Like the early Web boom, we have the mobile era coming soon. New technologies and new platforms in the mobile world are coming into light. Technology seems to discover into the perspective of fresh innovations and brings the world at your doorstep in a batting of your eyelids. Most common examples are mobile phones, Internet, web cameras etc. that make communication more viable and easy. The current technological device that provides access to multiple applications is 'Black Berry'.
Introduced in 1999 as a two-way pager, is a wireless hand held device called BlackBerry. The more generally known Smartphone BlackBerry was released in 2002, which supports web browsing, push e-mail, text messaging, mobile telephone, internet faxing, and other wireless information services as well as a multi-touch interface. It is an example of a convergent device. It was developed by the Canadian company Research in Motion (RIM).
[...] By simply purchasing additional user licenses, the number of Blackberry users can be expanded according to the growing demand. Push Technology One of the important features of the BlackBerry solution has been the ability to push or deliver data to BlackBerry devices. BlackBerry Push Technology, as the meaning implies, has been used to push emails to users. It is also used to synchronize calendar information. Developers creating enterprise-based solutions for BlackBerry users registered with a BlackBerry Enterprise Server for some time, avail the use of Blackberry Push technology. [...]
[...] Using these APIs, as well as proprietary BlackBerry APIs, software can be written by third party developers. There are certain applications that make use of restricted functionality. Therefore, these applications must be digitally signed to be associated to a developer account at RIM. Though this signing procedure does not guarantee the quality or security of the code, it guarantees the authorship of an application. Supporting Software "BlackBerry Enterprise Server" (BES) is a software package through which BlackBerry handhelds are integrated into an organization's e-mail system. [...]
[...] To combat this limitation, we make use of BlackBerry Push Application Programming Interface (API's).With the use of these API's, BlackBerry Push Technology can be extended to all BlackBerry users beyond the enterprise, therefore ensuring a better quality of service. Working of Push Technology A push application service is comprised of three components: The server-side push server: Content providers can submit a push request, when new data is available to have the data delivered to users. A client-side application: Content providers develop a client-side Java application which incorporates a listener. [...]
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