This book is an example of a unique partnership of motivated, technical teammates and would-be competitors coming together to develop a real how to book on the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP). . . . The authors are all actively working in the wireless and Internet industry, on the front line, helping to develop and deliver services to customers using a new wireless Internet standard. . . . They have produced a WAP reference that will become required reading for anyone planning to create applications, author content, or deliver or deploy services to wireless devices. --From the Foreword by Gregory G. Williams, Chairman of the WAP Forum The mobile Internet builds on a radical shift in the way we work, play, and communicate, extending traditional Internet and Web services to wireless devices such as cellular phones and personal digital assistants (PDAs). This book is about the mobile Internet, the technology that powers it, and how to write content and applications for this new environment. It is both a tutorial and a reference for two major audiences: content and application developers who need clear, technical details to guide their work, and business strategists and service pSimulator 4.0 Beta 2, model Alcatel One Touch, pocket. ... downloadable applications on, 575 dropping prices for, 63 embedded browsers in, 147 feature setup and management, 46 and user-entered text, 419 Photonet service (NTT DoCoMo), 39 PHS. ... See Processing instructions Pixels, 386, 387 imagea#39;s size in, 225 PKI.
|Title||:||WAP-the Wireless Application Protocol|
|Publisher||:||Addison Wesley Longman - 2001-01|