||Welcome to WURFL
What's the WURFL? What can the WURFL do for me? What's so smart
about the WURFL?
WALL a Library to Multiserve Applications on the Wireless Web.
More and more new WAP 2.0 devices hit the market each week. While
XHTML MP gives up on many of the usability extensions introduced
with WML 1.X, it promises to bring convergence with HTML, the
mark-up of the big Web. Unfortunately, XHTML-MP implementations
differ from browser to browser. These difference are sometimes tiny
and negligible. Other times they are subtle and can make your
applications fail on certain devices totally unexpectedly.
WURFL Not only has the repository extended to contain over 5000
devices, but adoption has also conspicuously taken off. If you add
to it the fact that WALL (Wireless Abstraction Library) delivers a
truly universal mark-up, what you get is a ridiculously powerful
tool at no cost.
WALL WALL is a JSP Tag library which allows you the developer to
write a web application once and have optimized content delivered to
a variety of devices, in the form of WML, XHTML-MP, or cHTML as
appropriate for the phone. WALL leverages the power of, and the
information in WURFL, most specifically the preferred markup device
information to decide which language should be delivered to the
Device Diversity with WURFL/WALL Introduction to WURFL, WURFL:
The Java API, WURFL and PHP, WURFL Capabilities, Introduction to
WALL, WALL Tutorial: Menus, WALL Tutorial: Cool Menus, WALL
Tutorial: Forms, WALL Tutorial: WALL and JSTL.