|About the Book|
Wireless Web browsing has opened up countless opportunities for wireless application developers. This guide to building Web sites for wireless use offers an in-depth explanation of HDML (Handheld Device Markup Language), the language used by the majority of the Internet-enabled telephones in the United States and Japan, and WML (Wireless Markup Language), the XML-based successor to HDML. Also included is extensive annotated sample code and a discussion of WMLScript, the client-side scripting language of the wireless world that allows the developer to include procedure logic in an application. Application design that is specific to the small display and limited memory capacity of wireless phones is also covered.