Bulbrook Dale - WAP
|"Get unplugged for the wireless Internet revolution|
Start building wireless Web applications and Web sites for the next generation of cellular telephones and Internet devices with the in-depth information contained in this volume. WAP: A Beginner's Guide is an authoritative yet easy-to-understand reference that covers every aspect of this fast-growing protocol. Inside, you'll learn how to develop and deploy dynamic, platform-independent sites that will run smoothly on any WAP-enabled mobile device. Plus, you'll get step-by-step database integration, debugging, and security instructions. All of the functions and syntaxes of WML and WMLScript are covered, with real-world examples and in-depth explanations that will have you programming for wireless devices in no time.
Create and deliver Internet content to mobile communicators, cellular phones, PDAs, and pagers
Build cards, decks, elements, and links with WML
Convert existing HTML, Java, VB, and ActiveX components
Implement images, icons, tables, soft keys, and variables
Accept and respond to user input using WMLScript
Format Web data for small screens, monochrome displays, and low bandwidth
Integrate e-mail services, timers, and notifications
Incorporate Microsoft Access databases and Active Server Pages
Test and debug code using the latest WML editors and emulators
Secure WAP information with smart cards and WTLS"