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Overview The Wireless Application Protocol is a standard developed by the WAP Forum a group founded by Nokia Ericsson Phone.com formerly Unwired Planet and Motorola . The WAP Forum s membership roster now includes computer industry heavyweights such as Microsoft Oracle IBM and Intel along with several hundred other companies. According to...

Serving Up WAP with Enhydra   By wirelessdevnet.com
by Marc Robards The configuration instructions used in this article and much of the information on building WAP applications with Enhydra were compiled by Satish S. of Lateral Software Technology. Satish s contributions to the Enhydra project also include his excellent WAP Enhydra paper located at http www.enhydra.org software documentation enhydra WAP Enhydra.rtf...

An Introduction to XSLT and XPath   By wirelessdevnet.com
by Wei Meng LEE Introduction With the advent of WAP more and more sites are being re-coded in WML to cater to WAP devices. While coding in WML is relatively easy it can be a daunting task if you need to maintain multiple sets of WML documents for different WAP devices since at the moment they all have very different look-and-feel. Ideally we should...

The Wireless Markup Language (WML)   By wirelessdevnet.com
Introduction WML is a markup language that is based on XML eXtensible Markup Language . The official WML specification is developed and maintained by the WAP Forum an industry-wide consortium founded by Nokia Phone.com Motorola and Ericsson . This specification defines the syntax variables and elements used in a valid WML file. The actual...

by Wei Meng LEE Introduction In the past few months we have seen a lot of articles describing how WMLScript can be used to perform client-side validation and complement WML applications that runs on a WAP device. One particular application that is very popular is a currency converter. However the conventional currency converter usually hardcodes the...

by David Golden Technical Writer Macromedia The Wireless Application Protocol WAP continues to move into the mainstream of Web development at a feverish pace. With user-base forecasts ranging from few hundred million into the billions there s little doubt WAP applications will become more and more commonplace. It should come as no surprise then...

Transforming XML Into WML   By wirelessdevnet.com
by Wei Meng LEE Introduction In a previous article we made our initial foray into XSLT and XPath finishing with an example that demonstrated the transformation of XML into HTML. Now that we have seen the stylesheet for transforming XML into HTML we can now look at how we can transform XML into WML. Looking at the stylesheet below you can see that...

by Gez Lemon Read Comments Rate this resource Viewed 270 times Rating 1 users 3.00 out of 5 Next The Wireless Markup Language WML is the markup language used to make sites suitable for viewing using a WAP Wireless Application Protocol device. If you don t have a WAP device to view the pages you can get a simulator by downloading the Wireless...

by John E. Simpson May 25 2005 Ask someone who s been observing the XML scene for a few years about XML in the context of cell phones and similar devices PDAs and so on . What you ll get from them will probably include references to WML WAP and various web services. What you most likely won t get from them will be anything regarding XML-based...

Developing Web Clipping Applications   By intranetjournal.com
Techmetrix Research Introduction Concepts Web Clipping and PQA Design HTML coding Compilation of PQA installation and testing Conclusion Introduction When people talk about the development of mobile Internet they often refer to mobile phones WAP or other but are less likely to mention Personal Digital Assistants or PDAs as they are commonly...

Adapt Web Content to Any Device   By fawcette.com
February March 2003 Issue T he proliferation of XML-based markup languages has forced developers to come up with smart options for automatically generating the proper markup for specific devices and delivery methods. For example a Web-enabled mobile phone running a Wireless Access Protocol WAP browser is expecting a form of the Wireless Markup Language...

Build and Secure a WLAN   By wi-fiplanet.com
From choosing an access point to securing your WLAN there are a lot things to consider when you deploy wireless networks. ENP puts it all in focus with our recent coverage on the latest in wireless networking OpenVPN Locks Down the WLAN Why worry about WEP WPA or PPTP when OpenVPN provides free open SSL-powered security for your wireless network...

WAP ASP using VBScript, Part Three   By anywhereyougo.com
Oct 30 2000 Mark Ridgeway Contributing Writer Part One Part Two Part Three Editor s Note The first installment in this three-part tutorial introduces the creation of Dynamic WML decks using server side technologies such as Active Server Pages. The second installment shows how to set up the database. Creating the Menu.asp Script Copy and paste...

Oct 12 2000 Mark Ridgeway Contributing Writer Part One Part Two Part Three Overview The purpose of this tutorial is to introduce the creation of dynamic WML decks using server side technologies such as Active Server Pages ASP . Although dynamic applications can be generated using client side technologies such as WMLScript the limitations imposed...

Oct 19 2000 Mark Ridgeway Contributing Writer Part One Part Two Part Three Editor s Note The first installment in this three-part tutorial introduces the creation of Dynamic WML decks using server side technologies such as Active Server Pages. Setting Up the Database We will use Microsoft Access for this tutorial. Fire up Access and create...

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