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Project Summary

The Emerginov solution consists in a PHP toolkit to quickly develop mobile micro services. A micro service is a simple mobile service bridging mobile users to the richnesses of the Internet. The Emerginov solution is not an application shop but can be considered as an operator back end API shop. It concentrates in one place the web hosting, the database storage, the Telecom access API (e.g. SMS) and the media server. The developers can create Telco-web services over the top of the local operators by coding few lines of PHP.
Originally Emerginov had been designed to help developers in emerging countries. The idea was to provide a all-in-one toolkit to develop vocal kiosk, web and SMS based services.

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framework microservices mobile telcommunications

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JavaScript
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PHP
26%
Ruby
11%
14 Other
41%

30 Day Summary

Jun 13 2019 — Jul 13 2019

12 Month Summary

Jul 13 2018 — Jul 13 2019

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