Webmaster's Guide to the Wireless Internet
Dan Olsen, Wei Meng Lee, Ryan Fife, Shelley Powers
- 出版商: Syngress
- 出版日期: 2001-12-15
- 售價: $1,225
- 語言: 英文
- 頁數: 608
- 裝訂: Paperback
- ISBN: 1928994466
- ISBN-13: 9781928994466
The Complete Guide to Move from the Web to Wireless
The mobile landscape is in a state of continual change. New devices are introduced to the market almost weekly, and wireless access options multiply. How is the aspiring wireless Webmaster to deal with developing content for so many disparate devices? Most devices accessing your site wirelessly fall into three broad categories-mobile phones, PDAs, and laptop computers. Each has its own unique advantages and disadvantages and each is discussed fully in Webmaster's Guide to the Wireless Internet.
what Technology to Use
Review wireless standards, including WAP and Openwave, and Wireless Markup Language (WML), Compact HTML (cHTML), and more.
Use Wireless Markup Language (WML) to format text, display tables, and bookmark.
3. Learn the
Scripting Capabilities of WMLScript
Reduce round-trip delays to the origin server by performing functions like user input validations and user prompts.
4. Use Wireless
Emulators and Software Development Kits (SDKs)
Learn the Ins and Outs of Openwave SDK, Nokia WAP Toolkit, Motorola Mobile Application Development Kit, Ericsson Mobile Internet WapIDE, and Yospace SmartPhone Emulator.
5. Build Web
Learn what types of hardware support Web Clipping and see how to use the Palm OS Emulator.
6. Avoid Common
Mistakes Made by Webmasters
See how to avoid wasting bandwidth, forgetting task-based design, and providing too many options.
7. Add MIME
Types to Your Server Configuration
See what the requisite wireless MIME types are to dispatch wireless content.
Mobile Applications without Worrying about Target Devices
The Microsoft Mobile Internet Toolkit allows mobile application developers to create compelling mobile applications across various target devices.
9. Secure Your
Understand the models for wireless security: point-to-point and end-to-end.
10. Register for
Your 1 Year Upgrade
The Syngress Solutions upgrade plan protects you from content obsolescence and provides monthly mailings, whitepapers, and more!
Chapter 1 Moving From Web to Wireless
What Is Wireless
Something Old, Something New
Types Of Wireless Connectivity
Moving From A Wired To A Wireless Web
Introductory chapter - no examples and exercises
Chapter 2 Wireless Architecture
Components Of A Wireless Network
The Wireless Internet
WAP Enabled Devices
Wireless Standards And Standards Efforts
Wireless Browsers And Other Applications
Chapter 3 A New Markup: WML
A Brief History Of Markup On Wireless
The WAP Forum
Basics of WML
Creating WML Content
Several examples of WML content
Demonstrate all elements at least once
Chapter 4 Client-Side Functionality with WMLScript
What is WMLScript
Understanding Basic Elements of WMLScript
Using WMLScript Libraries
Validing User Input with WMLScript
Providing Feedback to the User
Chapter 5 Wireless Development Kits
Working with OpenWave's UP.SDK
Developing WAP solutions with Nokia's WAP Toolkit 2.1
Working with Motorola's Mobile Application Development Kit
The Ericsson Mobile Internet WAP-IDE
Chapter 6 Web Clipping
What Is Web Clipping
What Types Of Hardware Support Web Clipping
Installing the Mobile Internet Kit
Working With The Palm OS Emulator
Creating A Web Clipping Project With The Web Clipping Application Builder
Installing and Testing The Application
Web Clipping Basics
Advanced Web Clipping
Chapter 7 Deck of Cards: Designing Small Viewpoint Content
Why The Traditional Web Pyramid Won't Work With Wireless
Introducing The Deck of Cards Design
Maximizing Navigation For The Wireless Device
Chapter 8 Wireless Enabling Your Big Bandwidth Site
Defining WAP MIME Types
Detecting WAP Devices
Optimizing Content Distribution
Delivering Wireless Data
Chapter 9 .NET Mobile Webs
Overview Of The .NET Mobile Architecture
Mobile Web Forms
Microsoft's Mobile Explorer
WAP and ASP.NET
Chapter 10 Securing Your Wireless Web
How Secure Can Wireless Be