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Index: W

WAP gateways: 10.2. The Wireless Architecture
WAP (Wireless Access Protocol): 10.1. Wireless Technologies
WAP (Wireless Application Protocol): 1.3.4. Wireless
WAR (Web Application Archive): 4.1.2. Servlets as CGI Replacements
WAR (Web Application Archive) files: 6.2. WAR Files and Deployment
contents, viewing: 6.2.1. WAR Files
6.3.5. How to Compile, Deploy, and Run
deployment descriptors: 6.2.2. Deployment Descriptor
directory structure: 6.3.4. Deployment
jar command, creation using: 6.2.1. WAR Files
page layout templates: 8.1. XSLT Page Layout Templates
WEB-INF directory: 6.2.1. WAR Files
WBMP (Wireless Bitmap): 10.3.1.1. WMLScript and WBMP
image conversion: 10.3.1.1. WMLScript and WBMP
W3C (Worldwide Web Consortium)
XSL specification: 2. XSLT Part 1 -- The Basics
web application development: 4. Java-Based Web Technologies
design process: 7.2.2. XML Samples
summary of approaches: 4.4. Summary of Key Approaches
web applications: 4.1.2. Servlets as CGI Replacements
client-only applications, vs.: 6. Servlet Basics and XSLT
contrasted with web sites: 1.3.2. Web Applications
development: 1.3.1. Web Development Challenges
challenges: 1.3.1. Web Development Challenges
hyperlinks: 7.2.3. XSLT Stylesheets
nonbrowser clients: 1.3.3. Nonbrowser Clients
security: 7.4. Servlet Implementation
web applications development, tools phone simulators: 10.1. Wireless Technologies
web frameworks: 4.2.1. Web Frameworks
advantages: 4.2.1. Web Frameworks
Turbine: 4.2.1. Web Frameworks
WEB-INF directory: 6.2.1. WAR Files
web pages, navigation areas: 8.1. XSLT Page Layout Templates
web.xml: 6.2.2. Deployment Descriptor
page layout templates: 8.1. XSLT Page Layout Templates
well-formed XML documents: 1.2.2. XML Syntax
2.2.1. XML Tree Data Structure
root element: 1.2.2. XML Syntax
summary of rules: 1.2.2. XML Syntax
whitespace: 1.2.2. XML Syntax
Wireless Access Protocol (see WAP)
wireless applications: 10. Wireless Applications
content types: 10.3.2.2. Setting the content type
deployment descriptors: 10.3.2.2. Setting the content type
future developments: 10.4. The Future of Wireless
XML data files: 10.3.3.2. XML data
wireless architecture: 10.2. The Wireless Architecture
WML (Wireless Markup Language): 1.3.4. Wireless
10.3.1. A WML Example
example: 10.3.3.1. Storyboard
online resources: 10.3.1. A WML Example
prototyping: 10.3.3.3. WML prototypes and screen shots
root element: 10.3.1. A WML Example
servlets, implementation by: 10.3.3.4. Servlet implementation
XSLT stylesheets: 10.3.3.5. XSLT stylesheets
WML (Wireless Markup Lanuage): 10.1. Wireless Technologies
WMLScript: 10.3.1.1. WMLScript and WBMP
write( ) (ServletOutputStream): 8.4.2. XSLT Transformation Filter


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