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Wireless Application Protocol (WAP)
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Introduction to the Wireless Application Protocol - WAP defines a communications protocol as well as an application
environment. In essence, it is a standardized technology for cross-platform, distributed computing. This
tutorial introduces WAP basics.
- The Wireless Markup Language (WML) - In this tutorial, we’ll present WML basics and an example. This example demonstrates events
and navigation as well as data retrieval from server CGI scripts. Discussion of client-side scripting and state management are presented in the WMLScript
- Adding Client-Side Logic To WAP Using WMLScript - WMLScript is a client-only scripting platform used in combination
with WML to provide client side procedural logic. Like WML, WMLScript is compiled via a WAP gateway into binary form to provide
intelligence to mobile clients. In this brief tutorial, we’ll discuss what WMLScript is and how to use it.
- A Look At WAP Toolkits From Nokia, Ericsson, and Phone.com - Reviews
of popular WAP software development toolkits.
- Serving Up WAP With Enhydra - Wireless application development using the leading open source application server.
With version 3.0, Enhydra's cup overflows with features like Servlets 2.2, JSP 1.1, XMLC, cookie-less sessions, and of particular interest
to the visitors of this site, a fully functional WML DTD.
- Content Management and Distribution Using XML - Tutorial demonstrating
the development of a simple content management system using ASP and XML.
- An Introduction To XSLT and XPath - In this article, we look at how you can use the Extensible Markup Language
Transformation (XSLT) and XPath to transform XML so that you can tailor your content for different devices.
- Transforming XML Into WML - Now that we have seen the stylesheet for transforming XML into HTML, we can now look at how we
can transform XML into WML.
- Writing A Multi-Currency Converter Using WMLScript - In this article, we illustrate how you can use ASP
to create a truly "dynamic" WMLScript program using the currency converter application as a case study. Our currency converter is able
to reflect the daily changes in the exchange rates.
- Building Mobile Web Applications with .NET Mobile Web SDK & ASP.NET - ASP.NET-based
Web development supports traditional Web clients such as IE and Netscape as well as mobile clients such as WAP phones and PDAs. In this article
we’ll see how to develop mobile applications using the .NET Mobile Web SDK, ASP.NET and VB.NET.