Community-Credit.com | NonProfitWays.com | SOAPitstop.com   Skin:   
      User: Not logged in 
Home
Newsletter Signup
XSLT Library
Latest XML Blogs
Featured Examples
Presentations
Featured Articles
Book Chapters
Training Courses
Events
NewsGroups
 
Discussions
Examples
Tutorials
Tools
Articles
Resources
Websites
 
Sign In
My Profile
My Articles
My Examples
My Favorites
My Resources
Add a Resource
Logout
 
About Me
My Blog
HeadGeek Articles
Talking Portfolio
Resume
Pictures
World Trip Pics


Articles

 ADO.NET (211)  Pattern (3)  WebDAV (17)  XMLHTTP (3)
 Database (35)  RDF (28)  WebService (230)  XMPP (9)
 Debugging (29)  RSS (29)  WML (95)  XPath (78)
 DIME (14)  SAX (56)  WSDL (80)  XPointer (12)
 DOM (56)  Schema (47)  XAML (5)  XQL (24)
 DTD (23)  SMIL (38)  XBRL (64)  XQuery (72)
 ebXML (56)  SOA (9)  XForms (92)  XSchema (30)
 Flash (12)  SOAP (136)  XHTML (112)  XSL (423)
 Humor (1)  SQL (16)  XLL (1)  XSL-FO (29)
 Java (78)  SQLXML (142)  XML (780)  XSQL (6)
 MathML (11)  SVG (56)  XML.NET (86)  XUL (13)
 Oracle (29)  VoiceXML (82)  XMLA (2)

Total Articles: 3,460

 


wml Articles
Prev Next
1 2 3 4 5
 
Creating a WML phone directory, part 1
Mobile devices are the way of the future for information sharing. A drawback is that mobile devices don't quite have the power of a standard desktop computer. This prevents you from developing feature-rich sites that are easily navigable through the use of images and JavaScript. However, with Wireless Markup Language (WML) and careful planning, you can create a nice wireless solution.

Type: WML  #Views: 2610  Category: Article    

Creating a WML phone directory, part 2
In the last article, I discussed Wireless Markup Language (WML) and built an introductory page for my WML company directory. Now I'm going to create the Active Server Pages (ASP) that will create the resulting WML for finding phone numbers.

Type: WML  #Views: 2357  Category: Article    

Easy Task Reports with Outlook and WordProcessingML
Export Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 task data to XML and use this as a source for reports in Microsoft Office Word 2003. Use Outlook automation in the Microsoft .NET Framework to export task information. Then use XML and XSLT to create documents that display reports of tasks containing their completion percentage, status, and other detail. Then, package the XML/XSLT portion of the solution using an XML expansion pack in Word.

Type: WML  #Views: 2136  Category: Article    

Wireless Markup Language (WML) Tutorial - Introduction
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 Companion from YourWAP.

Type: WML  #Views: 3488  Category: Article    

HOW TO: Protect Passwords in WML Devices
Routinely, users who browse to Web sites must type their user name and password before they enter secured pages. Some WML browsers save the values that you typed in for your credentials in the device's memory. However, in some cases, if you browse to another site that contains a variable with the same name of the variable that was saved in memory from the previous site, the new site can obtain the value of the variable.

Type: WML  #Views: 2060  Category: Article    

Learning WML - Tools and Structure
This series of articles describes how to provide Web content to mobile devices through WML (Wireless Markup Language). This article covers some essential tools for coding and debugging WML code, as well as the basics of creating WML decks.

Type: WML  #Views: 2018  Category: Article    

BI Journal - Article
Mobile e-commerce is the union of the Web and the cellular telephone — both high-technology and high-hype topics. Until recently, the handset’s role was that of a modem to the laptop computer.

Type: WML  #Views: 2150  Category: Article    

XML Content Syndication - The Web Developer's Journal
"Applied XML Solutions," a new book from Benoît Marchal, shows professional developers how to apply XML to a variety of real-world applications. These include using XML as a scripting substitute and using XSLT to facilitate communication between incompatible systems. Here we present the second part of the chapter devoted to content syndication: producing HTML, WML and RSS from XML.

Type: WML  #Views: 891  Category: Article    

WAP Communication Protocol & its Components
The WAP Protocols cover both the application (WAE), and the underlying transport layers (WSP and WTP, WTLS, and WDP). WML and WMLScript are collectively known as WAE, the Wireless Application Environment.

Type: WML  #Views: 949  Category: Article    

Yospace SmartPhone Emulator: Previewing and Testing WML in Forte for Java
The SmartPhone Emulator Forte Module Edition is designed to provide developers with a tool for previewing and testing Wireless Markup Language (WML). The module is integrated into the Forte for Java environment with the aim of giving the user a complete development platform. Developers can test WML code without the need for a physical handset, and can also choose from a wide range of bundled handset emulators.

Type: WML  #Views: 1107  Category: Article    

Debian GNU/Linux -- Using WML
WML stands for web site meta language. This means that WML takes input .wml files, processes whatever is inside them (it can be anything from basic HTML to Perl code!), and outputs whatever you want it to output, for example .html or .php.

Type: WML  #Views: 761  Category: Article    

Cybroom
I've made available a few resources about MooML in my office. Browse example code below, including the API code (which I qualify as a draft yet). Fort the API code see $XML_utils API at the bottom of this table.I have a tiny test suite available. Try it if you want to see direct output. Should add more complexe tests after the API is completed. Then, the next steps will be:

Type: WML  #Views: 994  Category: Article    

Creating Banner Ads for Wireless Sites
In an earlier 10-Minute Solution, "Making Dynamic Content Available via ASP", I showed you how to develop an application using Active Server Pages to produce WML. There are other applications of server-side programming (ASP) that output directly to WML. For example, in this Solution, I show you how to develop a rotating banner ad system for Wireless devices.

Type: WML  #Views: 920  Category: Article    

Help for TM WML menu
This help page handles primary WML 1.2 and the TM WML plugins menu is based on the wml12.dtd.

Type: WML  #Views: 941  Category: Article    

June 1, 2000 - Introducing WML
A WML code includes a header and a body.

Type: WML  #Views: 868  Category: Article    

Introduction to WML, Apache, and PHP
Working on a website for my company, I discovered the need for wireless access to my email, stocks and such. Not wanting to pay someone else to give me this information, I decided to develop a wireless site.

Type: WML  #Views: 1247  Category: Article    

One model and many presentations in wireless applications
With the rapid development of the Internet based connection to different devices, "one content-many presentations" has become a converging issue in the context of development of various markup languages for description of content as well as presentations.

Type: WML  #Views: 924  Category: Article    

WML Lesson 13: Adding images to a page and changing the display ...
In this tutorial we cover WML's support for images, and how to make events occur after a specified amount of time. These two features are often found together, as it is common for sites to have image-heavy site entrances, followed by automatic entry into the site proper.

Type: WML  #Views: 932  Category: Article    

WML Takes XML on the Road
Say you're a salesperson, and you need to check some vital statistics about your inventory. If you're at home or in the office, you simply fire up your browser and link to your firm's Web site or intranet. But what if you're on your way to a meeting with an important client? Soon, you'll be able to access all the information you need over a cell phone or PDA (personal digital assistant) using WML (Wireless Markup Language).

Type: WML  #Views: 907  Category: Article    

Introduction to WML, Apache, and PHP
Working on a website for my company, I discovered the need for wireless access to my email, stocks and such. Not wanting to pay someone else to give me this information, I decided to develop a wireless site. The information to do this is available on the internet, but it is scattered and hard to come across.

Type: WML  #Views: 759  Category: Article    

Prev Next
1 2 3 4 5


Advertise on XMLPitstop


4,703 Total Members
6 members(last 30 days)
1 members(last 7 days)
0 members(today)

2,003 Total Discussions
0 Posts(last 30 days)
0 Posts(last 7 days)
0 Posts(today)

47,487 Total Blog Posts
0 Blogs(last 30 days)
0 Blogs(last 7 days)
0 Blogs(today)

8,699 Newsgroup Posts
0 Posts(last 30 days)
0 Posts(last 7 days)
0 Posts(today)

14,423 Total Resources
7 Resources(last 30 days)
2 Resources(last 7 days)
0 Resources(today)


 

David Silverlight's XMLPitstop.com| 2801 Florida Ave #225|Miami, FL 33133|Ph:305-447-1139