Practical WAP: Developing Applications for the Wireless Web: 4 (Breakthroughs in Application Development, Series Number 4)

Practical WAP: Developing Applications for the Wireless Web: 4 (Breakthroughs in Application Development, Series Number 4)

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ISBN13: 9780521005616
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The marriage of mobile communications with Internet technologies opens up the Web to a vastly expanded audience. New types of applications that take advantage of user location, provide time-critical information, and offer personalized content are now possible. WAP, the Wireless Application Protocol, provides the technology to build this wireless Web. You will learn about the WAP Forum, mobile devices, and what makes a good WAP application. This book shows you around the WAP standards, explaining which ones you really need to build WAP applications. It guides you through the critical success factors in designing WAP applications and helps you choose the right architecture for your WAP project Tutorials on WML (the HTML of wireless web) WMLScript, and Push technology are combined with real world examples to make Practical WAP ideal for software developers, architects, and managers.

Type Book
Number Of Pages 448
Item Height 23 mm
Item Width 147 mm
Item Weight 588 Gram
Product Dimensions 147 x 23 x 229
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Format Illustrated | 448

'Practical WAP is the first book you should but on the Wireless Application Protocol. Bennett has provided an excellent and current guidebook to the complex and shifting landscape of WAP standards. It is concise. timely and Pragmatic.' K. Scott Morrison, Infowave Software Inc.
'Good resource book. Everything you need to get set up and writing WAP apps.' Edward O'Leary Director, Network Strategy, Rogers Wireless
'... the book as a whole is most relevant to designers, system architects and others of a more technical bent getting into WAP. This audience should find the book both useful and enlightening.' Steve Goodwin, Computing and Control Engineering Journal