Ovi Notification Api [REPACK]
Nokia has announced that the Notifications API has been released and is now available for third-party applications developer to integrate into their applications for use on the Symbian and MeeGo operating system platforms. The Notifications API is available as a plug-in for the Nokia Qt SDK and allows for apps like instant messenger (IM) apps, Twitter, and other services to send push notifications so that apps do not need to be constantly running in the background.
Ovi Notification Api
The Ovi Notifications API was very streamlined and easy to implement as a part of the Nimbuzz app, within a matter of hours we were able to send and receive notifications from our server to the device.
Nokia Notifications-Nokia Notifications gathers missed calls, voicemails, messages, and missed calendar alarms and presents them in one list for you to manage at your convenience. Installed as a widget on your device's homescreen, Nokia Notifications removes the need to acknowledge individual notifications that may otherwise get in the way of doing other actions on your device.
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Coursedog has a robust integration with Gmail that enables automatic email notifications. We also have an integration with Gcal that allows for automatic calendar invites, calendar syncing and event space booking directly in Gcal.
Coursedog has a robust integration with Outlook that enables automatic email notifications. We also have an integration with Outlook calendar that allows for automatic calendar invites, calendar syncing and event space booking directly in Outlook.Visit Coursedog API Docs
The scope of Nagios Core is primarily focused the duties of check scheduling, check execution, check processing, event handling, and alerting. Performing checks, sending notifications, processing performance data, and many other tasks are generally out-of-scope for Nagios Core and are handled by other Nagios projects.