Aside from the overview sections that explain WAP technologies in broad terms, this book focuses on code. Readers see software literally "develop" through the course of each chapter, as the authors start out with a relatively simple illustration and build on it, adding features and demonstrating capabilities as they go along. Generally high-grade commentary accompanies the evolving code, so this book proves almost as useful away from the development workstation as at it. Overall, the book earns its price with its in-depth coverage of such important, firm standards as WMLScript, supplemented by less detailed--but still useful--attention to such ancillary technologies as VoiceXML. --David Wall
Topics covered: Development of software for mobile telephones and other portable devices with Wireless Application Protocol (WAP), Wireless Markup Language (WML), WMLScript, Active Server Pages (ASP), ColdFusion, Java, and other languages and technologies. Task-oriented sections deal with the specifics of working with e-mail in WAP applications, integration of WAP with Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP), and content pushing.
Seems like they tried very hard to get the book out very fast to capitalize on the "WAP craze" that was happening a year or so ago. Read morePublished on Oct. 16 2001 by Gerald Isaacs
This is the best way to get really confused before writing your first WAP application. Try Ben Forta. Read morePublished on March 2 2001 by Alex I.
this was one of the first complete WAP books. The book covers all the begining and advanced topics. I recommend this book to someone with good previous knowledge of web... Read morePublished on Jan. 14 2001 by Ellery Familia
I took 3 hours this past weekend to quickly read through this one and decided to send it back. Each of the sections doesn't work with the others & I didn't find the sample... Read morePublished on Oct. 25 2000 by "email@example.com"
Yeah it's really a great help to me on developing WAP applications on various platforms -- and learn it fast!!!Published on Sept. 19 2000