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XML Web Services: Part 3: Using with WML
One of the great features of .NET is the ease with which data from a Web Service can be integrated into environments such as mobile devices. Using the Mobile Toolkit and the Web Service from our previous examples, you can easily make your data available to WAP/WML devices.

Type: WML  #Views: 302  Category: Article    

Example MSc Projects
WAP stands for Wireless Application Protocol. It is a global standard specified in order to make Internet services available for mobile users. Using Wireless Markup Language (WML, a type of XML, the eXtensible Markup Language), software developers create WAP sites that can be accessed fast and easily from a WAP enabled mobile phone or terminal.

Type: WML  #Views: 177  Category: Article    

WAP
If you are using an SDK, you will be able to see the WML code at the same time as browsing the page. If you only have a HTML web browser, you can visit the 'Fetch Page' service at http://www.webcab.de This displays the source for any WML page on the Internet.

Type: WML  #Views: 285  Category: Article    

Dial M for e-Business
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. However, the arrival of the micro-browser, embedded within the handset, will improve productivity by reducing, from two to one, the number of pieces of equipment required. In the short term, the technology most likely to provide universal access from mobile phones to the Internet is the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP).

Type: WML  #Views: 250  Category: Article    

Script your way to smarter wireless content
WMLScript can be loosely termed as a toned-down version of JavaScript. If JavaScript can do wonders with your Web pages, WMLScript is just as capable of adding that deft touch to your WML pages. Basically, WMLScript is the scripting language for wireless development. Let’s take a closer look at this standard.

Type: WML  #Views: 270  Category: Article    

How to create WAP Pages in ColdFusion
Using of ColdFusion to create dynamic WAP pages is much easier than using other languages like PHP, ASP or JSP (a very hard one!). In fact, ColdFusion is a very good for one new to the WAP world to learn how to create dynamic WAP pages because it is very easy to learn.

Type: WML  #Views: 320  Category: Article    

Basic WML Structure and Rules
Now that we have our server set up and our toolkit stocked, we're almost ready to do some coding. First let's examine the basic form of WML documents and some basic coding rules.

Type: WML  #Views: 169  Category: Article    

Creating an online voting/polling system for WAP-enabled mobile devices using PHP/MySQL
In this article, we step through the process of developping a simple dynamic WAP application, using mainly open source technologies. This application is a polling system, i.e. a system that lets visitors vote on a specific topic, or answer (using multiple choices forms) a specific question. It may be used, for example, to gain better understanding of some customers opinions.

Type: WML  #Views: 302  Category: Article    

Publishing Without Wires: Ready for Primetime?
2000 was the first year that wireless access to the Internet from mobile devices became popular.

Type: WML  #Views: 269  Category: Article    

The Wireless Markup Language (WML)
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 WML 1.1 Document Type Definition (DTD) is available for those familiar with XML at:

Type: WML  #Views: 255  Category: Article    

Compressing XML—Part I, Writing WBXML
WBXML is a binary form of XML suitable for wireless and bandwidth-restricted applications. Wireless Binary XML (WBXML) is a compact representation of XML and is part of the presentation logic in Wireless Application Protocol (WAP). WBXML significantly improves the efficiency of transmitting XML over narrow bandwidth networks, where data size is of paramount importance.

Type: WML  #Views: 346  Category: Article    

Script your way to smarter wireless content
WMLScript can be loosely termed as a toned-down version of JavaScript. If JavaScript can do wonders with your Web pages, WMLScript is just as capable of adding that deft touch to your WML pages. Basically, WMLScript is the scripting language for wireless development. Let’s take a closer look at this standard.

Type: WML  #Views: 247  Category: Article    

Understanding the Wireless Markup Language
WML is based on XML, a markup language that has garnered enormous support due its ability to describe data (HTML, meanwhile, is used to describe the display of data...a big difference). While HTML predefines a "canned" set of tags guaranteed to be understood and displayed in a uniform fashion by a Web browser, XML allows the document creator to define any set of tags he or she wishes to. This set of tags is then grouped into a set of grammar "rules" known as the Document Type Definition, or DTD.

Type: WML  #Views: 258  Category: Article    

Beginning WMLScript Programming
WMLScript provides a means to add basic scripting to WML. WMLScript is similar to JavaScript-knowing JavaScript will certainly help you learn WMLScript. However, if you have any programming experience you should be able to learn WMLScript and be coding in no time.

Type: WML  #Views: 216  Category: Article    

Building WML Gadgets: A Calendar
As mentioned earlier, in an effort to not re-create the wheel, I started with the output from the Unix cal command. Using a filter, I was easily able to add line break tags to the output. However, using a similar filter to insert appropriate table tags would be an exercise in futility. The permutations for what and where to insert row and cell tags are too many to even count, let alone parse.

Type: WML  #Views: 229  Category: Article    

Create WAP images on the fly. Convert PNG , Jpeg to WBMP.
This article describes how to turn your IIS Web Server to a WAP server that creates WBMP images on the fly. The article consists of 3 parts. First part describes how to configure IIS. Second part tells you about how to create WBMP images on the fly. Third part shows how you can convert existing images to WBMP that can be displayed by a WAP enabled phone.

Type: WML  #Views: 428  Category: Article    

Make your WML pages fly
One of the biggest advancement of HTML pages is the ability of generating pages dynamically. The ability to access database and customizing contents put web application to the next level. Static contents are useful, but dynamic contents are better.

Type: WML  #Views: 278  Category: Article    

WAP and WML - A Beginner's Guide
The aim of this article is to help you understand what WAP is and how to get started writing WML.

Type: WML  #Views: 365  Category: Article    

Learning WML - Variables and Scripting
This series of articles describes how to provide Web content to mobile devices through WML (Wireless Markup Language). This article covers variables and beginning scripting with WMLScript. Future articles will cover more advanced scripting and how to integrate other technologies such as PHP to make your pages more flexible.

Type: WML  #Views: 258  Category: Article    

WML Gadgets, Building a Calculator
This series of articles describes how to provide Web content to mobile devices through WML (Wireless Markup Language). This article covers creating small programs that extend the functionality of mobile devices, building on the previous article and example.

Type: WML  #Views: 224  Category: Article    

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