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Armed with a selection of the above tools, developer s kits, and image conversion software, there is nothing that you can t create as far as a WAP application is concerned We have the tools; now what are we supposed to do with them Let s move on to the code itself
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hen you hear of a Web site being in WAP format, this means that a copy of the existing Web site s original HTML content has been converted to WML, which greatly reduces download times and simplifies the presentation for WAP devices Unfortunately, this conversion is not a two-way street If you were to display WML pages in a PC Web browser, it would look very boring indeed you can confidently say that WML will never replace HTML Modern versions of Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape both have integrated WML browsers now, so you can look at a WML page from your Web browser yourself and see what I mean What this means is that the WML, or WAP enabled site, has to exist independently of the HTML site It is possible to dynamically return either WML or HTML to the browser if you create a page on the server with something like Microsoft Active Server Pages that can detect the calling device, and dynamically build either an HTML page or a WML deck depending on what it finds, but this kind of site would take a fair amount of resources to build and maintain Normally, however, the server will have a default index page that will be searched for first if there is an unqualified URL passed (Which is the normal way that people enter a Web site address: as a domain name, without the actual file name) So if the default page is indexhtm , then any request to the server will get this page returned A micro-browser pointed at the same domain will also get the same page returned and it just won t work Consequently, the default WML page, indexwml has to be in a separate directory so that the right page is returned to the right browser The current convention is to have a main Web site, and a directory off the main site called /wml So, for example, the main site would be
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WML BASICS
WML is a fairly basic markup language all by itself The basic elements of WML can be learned in two hours or less if you give it your undivided attention, but as with most things, the real learning and practical experience comes after the introductory period when you find yourself having to solve specific problems for specific clients Like HTML, WML allows developers to specify the format and presentation of text content on pages, to control the navigational structure of the pages within the site, and to link pages to other pages that are either internal or external to the site Because there are some real differences in the way that the pages are controlled and sent out to the client in comparison to HTML (there is a physical size limit to the page, and it is split into a discrete series of screen-sized sub-pages ), the individual sub-pages are called cards, and with true developers logic and sense of humor, a collection of cards is a deck
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Working with WML
WML, by itself, produces static sub-pages , or cards Static cards only display text, or allow users to jump from one card to another through links Compared to the tools and effects the Web developers have at their fingertips, WML cards are not too exciting To make up for this, WML has its own version of JavaScript, called WMLScript WMLScript allows developers to add functionality to their WML cards and decks Currently, WML files and WMLScript files must be saved independently of each other, which means that a number of files may be associated with a single WML deck There are several conversion programs already on the market to convert existing HTML sites to WML sites Some of these applications claim that they will transform am entire Web site to WML This may sound like a great idea, but there has to be a judgment call on this issue The WAP micro-browser is so different from a PC browser that the intent of the original HTML content may be seriously compromised if the conversion is left completely to a mechanical process This is particularly true if the design guidelines in previous chapters are not adhered to Knowing when and how to make such compromises will always be beyond the ability of any conversion software The alternative is to create WAP content directly for mobile devices as a separate activity Of course, there are currently well over one billion Web pages on the Internet Google, alone, currently claims to have over 13 billion pages indexed I am sure that great many of these with suitable content for access by a mobile device could be mechanically converted it would certainly be a lot of hard work to have to re-create most of these pages manually
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