Every Books, Always on Sale!
|  Wish List |  Bestsellers |  New Arrivals |  Bargain Bin |  HPCB Tutorials
Search by    

Browse by Category
Academics
Business & Money
Certify - MCSE/MCSA
Certify - Other
Databases
Desktop Publishing
Games
Graphics / Multimedia
Hardware
Macintosh
Networking
New and Notable
New to Computing
Non-Computer Books
Office Suites
Operating Systems
PDAs
Programming Languages
Programming Theory
Web Development
WWW & Internet


see full category map

New and Notable Titles

Bargain Bin

Bestsellers

Click here to see ratings
How to Order
Contact Info
Privacy Policy
Waiting List
FAQ/Help
Affiliate Program
New Arrivals
HPCB Bestsellers
International FAQ
XML Feeds
 

see larger image

Learning WML and WMLScript

Author: Martin Frost
ISBN: 1565929470   Published: 2000
Publisher: Oreilly   Pages: 197

List Price: $34.95
Our Price: $17.47
You Save: $17.46

There are 3 copies of this title available for immediate shipping.
Add to your Shopping Cart.   



Learning WML and WMLScript
The next generation of mobile communicators is here, and delivering content to them will mean programming in WML (Wireless Markup Language) and WMLScript, the languages of the Wireless Application Environment (WAE). The WAE allows information in almost all applications to be formatted for display on mobile devices, such as cell phones, and enables the user to interact with the information. Why learn yet another technology? According to some estimates, 75 percent of web document viewing by the year 2002 will be through non-desktop devices, many using wireless technologies. Clearly, the future is wireless. For web developers who want to get up to speed quickly in these languages, Learning WML & WMLScript maps out in detail the WAE and its two major components, WML and WMLScript. Fortunately, the WAE provides a World Wide Web-like model for writing applications, incorporating several key features of the Web to ease the transition for developers. Almost all wireless applications can be written with WML, which replaces HTML in the wireless environment, and WMLScript, which replaces JavaScript. With this book, web developers with some knowledge of programming and C, Java, or JavaScript syntax can easily master both languages. (Bur)

Tell a friend about this book! Email:
CUSTOMER REVIEWS:


Don't be shy -- tell us what you think of this book!
 

Similar Titles:
+
+
+


All prices in USD.
Prices and stock not applicable at retail locations.





home * how to order * contact info * FAQ/help