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32.5. WAP and WML Resources

I found Beginning WAP, WML, & WMLScript by Wei Meng Lee, Soo Mee Foo, Karli Watson, and Ted Wugofski (Wrox Press, 2000) extremely useful in the writing of this chapter. You may also want to check out Learning WML and WMLScript: Programming the Wireless Web by Martin Frost (O'Reilly, 2000).

There are a number of great WAP and WML resources online:

WAP Forum

http://www.wapforum.org

The official site of the group that develops and guides the WAP standard.

AllNetDevices Wireless FAQ

http://www.allnetdevices.com/faq/

A great place to start learning the ins and outs of WAP and WML.

Openwave (previously Phone.com and Unwired Planet)

http://www.openwave.com

Openwave creates browsers and development tools for WAP applications.

Openwave Developer Program

http://developer.phone.com

Openwave's Developer site provides comprehensive resources for WAP developers. It is a must-see.

W3Schools.com

http://www.w3schools.com/wap/

http://www.w3schools.com/wmlscript/

The W3Schools site offers hands-on tutorials on both WML and WMLScript.

WMLScript Primer

http://www.webreference.com/js/column62/ This WebReference.com article is a good starting place for learning about WMLScript.

Gelon.net

http://www.gelon.net

A WAP portal site that contains links to hundreds of existing WAP applications, organized by category.



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