Wireless Internet & Mobile Business How to Program
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. Wireless Internet How to Program offers a thorough treatment of both the management and technical aspects of this growing area, including coverage of current practices and future trends.
- Paperback | 1408 pages
- 175.3 x 231.1 x 45.7mm | 1,927.79g
- 04 Sep 2001
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
Table of contents
M-Business; location-based services; wireless marketing; wireless payment options; security; legal and social issues; web accessibility; international wireless communication; wireless communications technologies; palm handhelds and microsoft pocket PCs; bluetooth; introduction to wireless markup language (WML) - part 1; introduction to wireless markup language (WML) - part 2; XML (extensible markup language); WMLScript - introduction to scripting; WMLScript - control structures 1; WMLScript - control structures 2; WMLScript - functions; WMLScript - objects; WMLScript - strings and characters; web-clipping; handheld device markup language (HDML); microsoft.NET mobile framework; wireless Java programming. Appendices: glossary; wireless companies, products and services; wireless applications; career opportunities.