Wireless Internet & Mobile Business: How to Program
Prentice Hall, 2002 - Electronic commerce - 1328 pages
This text is designed for wireless internet/web courses and advanced internet/web programming courses focusing on the wireless internet found in computer science, CIS, MIS, business, and engineering departments. While the rapid expansion of wireless technologies such as cell phones and palm pilots offers many new opportunities for businesses and programmers, it also presents numerous challenges related to issues such as security and standardization.
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advertising allows users attribute Bluetooth Bluetooth wireless technology browser button called card id CDMA cell phones cell-phone Chapter cHTML client companies courtesy Openwave Systems create customers database Deitel discussed display e-mail element encryption example function handheld i-mode Image of UP.SDK input J2ME location-based services m-business Markup Language method Microbrowser micropayments Microsoft MIDlet MIDP mobile devices offers Openwave Systems Inc operator option Palm payment PDAs Pixo Pocket PC Profile Protocol provides screen script Self-Review Exercises server soft key specific string structure tion Tip Test TipTestServlet transactions UP.SDK courtesy Openwave variable Web-clipping applications wireless applications wireless communications wireless devices wireless Internet Wireless Markup Language WML document WMLBrowser.setVar WMLScript World Wide Web XHTML Basic XSLT