Palm OS Web Application Developers Guide: Including PQA and Web Clipping
Elsevier, Jul 22, 2001 - Computers - 448 pages
With an 80% hand-held device market-share, the Palm Organizer is the platform of choice for Mobile Internet application developers.
With its decision to license the Palm OS to rival device manufacturers such as Sony, Motorola, and Handspring, Palm has further strengthened its claim as the industry standard for Mobile Computing architecture.
Palm OS Web Application Developers Guide provides step-by-step instructions on how to migrate existing HTML to the Palm platform. The book will be useful for webmasters looking to convert current web pages. It is also ideal for C and Java programmers interested in building more dynamic applications from the ground up.
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Chapter 4 Using Images in Web Clipping Applications
Chapter 5 Interacting with Forms
Chapter 6 Optimizing WCAs for Palm OS Devices
Chapter 7 Debugging Web Clipping Applications
Chapter 8 Identifying Users and Sessions
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