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WAP: A Beginner's Guide (Network Professional's Library)

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Synopsis:

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

Product Details

ISBN:
9780072129564
Author:
Bulbrook, Dale
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Companies
Location:
New York
Subject:
Internet - General
Subject:
Networking - General
Subject:
Operating Systems - General
Subject:
Networking - Network Protocols
Subject:
Computer network protocols
Subject:
Wireless Application Protocol (Computer netwo
Subject:
Wireless Application Protocol
Edition Description:
1439229
Series:
Network Professional's Library
Series Volume:
77-681
Publication Date:
20011031
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
319
Dimensions:
9.00x7.28x.81 in. 1.40 lbs.

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Product details 319 pages McGraw-Hill Companies - English 9780072129564 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , 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

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