|Wireless Application Protocol
Specifications undergoing public review (3/01)
The Specification that outlines the architecture for WAP 2.0 is now
available in proposed version for comments from the general public.
This document is the first of a series of documents that specifies
the new - Next Generation - architecture of the Wireless Application
Protocol. Deadline for comments: May 23, 2001.
Document available for download (PDF 621Kb) WAP-210-WAPArch-20001017-p
Technical WAP Technical info, specifications, white papers,
Developers Area WAP Developers Area. WAP Forums, Specifications
WAP Forum Developers Web
Products and services.
Cell The story of the Kyocera Smartphone is a case study in
creativity, design, engineering -- and sheer determination. Here's
what it takes to launch a hot product in a crowded market.
Mod Squad: Reusable style sheet components.
Shows how to create a single style sheet that supports both HTML and
Effective WAP Sites and Services
||WAP and i-mode
- what difference? (7/02) I've read this over and over and over
again, and I am starting to get really sick of it - it's just like
how some people can't seem to comprehend that WLAN and Bluetooth are
similar technologies, but don't compete with each other head to
head. WAP sucks. i-mode rocks and has already killed WAP. Baloney!
Let’s get some facts about WAP and i-mode straight here...
||Developing Wireless Enabled Applications (PDF, registration
- Useful Programming Objects
- Developing wireless web applications Infowave
- Using Infowave for the Net for Collaboration
- Design Considerations for Infowave for Exchange
- Using the MSDN Library for Wireless Development
- Summary of Wireless Application Development
- The Future of Wireless Applications
||Information on Wireless
Technology and WAP
|Mobile Wireless Internet Forum
||Industry consortium to speed creation of a uniform net that brings
together different wireless technologies in use.
Products and services.
||Developer Forum Tools
and services for WAP developers.
Device Capabilities (PDF) How to interpret the HTTP Headers
delivered by devices with the Openwave Mobile Browser
from HDML to WML Implementation guidelines for Web developers.
simple Application to Push Alerts to a Phone A stripped down C++
command line variant of the SendNtfn Tool.
Value of WAP Push (PDF) WAP Push allows developers to create a
new class of personalized mobile Internet services. Based on open
standards, WAP Push delivers powerful application capabilities
including enhanced usability, secure transmission of data, content
delivery, user interaction; controlled access to subscribers, and
backward compatibility with Openwave's earlier UP.Notify push
infos de plus
Section Technique (Français/French)
wireless applications? Consider a Wireless ASP Includes a head
to head comparison of cost savings of wireless hosting versus an
||Cellular Phone Radiation Data
Information Website Latest phone radiation data by manufacturer.
||'Understanding Wireless Communications', 'Software Defined Radio'
and other free courses & lectures available on- line.
||WAP and Wireless Articles
Through the WAP Protocol Stack
Conversion of HTML to WML
The World Wide Web Consortium
|Mobile Access - Working
towards seamless Web access from mobile devices
Gateways: Do you need one?
Basics of WAP Game Design
Search and Navigation: the Key to the Adoption of the Wireless Web
(8/00) The second coming of the Internet, the un-tethered
version, is in many ways walking a very similar path to its
predecessor. Companies, recognizing the potential of the Wireless
Web, are adding wireless real estate at a fevered pitch –
determined not to be left behind. This zeal bodes well for the
future of this new medium, but it does introduce a problem that any
wired Web surfer can relate to. The more content that is introduced,
the harder it is to find what you are looking for.
Of 3G Specs Reshapes The Industry (5/00) The standards crucial
to the rollout of 3G services have not been cast in stone, but
rather molded from clay. They have been designed for maximum
usefulness, honed carefully by many hands, then fired and finished.
By now the standards that support advanced applications for wireless
networks have been approved on a regional and international basis
and are available to vendors for the manufacturing process. Although
these standards have been in the works for months, this spring 131
specs finally reached publication.
|Shunxing Chen, Linfeng Yang - Helsinki University of
(Wireless Application Protocol) (11/98)
|Mobile Internet Technology
|A related but separate technology (not part of the WAP standard).
Submitted to W3C May 2000.
The VoiceXML Forum is an industry organization founded by
AT&T, IBM, Lucent and Motorola, and chartered with establishing
and promoting the Voice eXtensible Markup Language (VoiceXML), a new
standard essential to making Internet content and information
accessible via voice and phone.