F IGURE 23.4
The Openwave UP.SDK WAP Toolkit.
Many popular application server products now include support for both Java servlets and WAP.
These include BEA WebLogic ( http://www.beasys.com ), Allaire's JRun
( http://www.allaire.com ), and the open source Enhydra Java/XML application server
( http://www.enhydra.org ). Some of these products include special server classes to generate
WML output whereas others use an XML “foundation” to distribute content to a variety of
devices (HTML, WML, XHTML, and so forth).
A list of leading technical resources for the wireless application developer follows. Most of
these sites also have extensive links directories, so spending a few minutes perusing these sites
will provide you with an excellent introduction to the wireless world.
• Wireless Developer Network ( http://www.wirelessdevnet.com ) —Online portal for
developers and IT professionals interested in mobile computing and wireless communi-
• Cellmania ( http://www.cellmania.com ) —Large directory of WAP sites, tutorials, and
articles on the wireless world
• WMLScript.com ( http://www.wmlscript.com ) —Developer site devoted to
• Wireless Week ( http://www.wirelessweek.com ) —Leading industry trade magazine
• AllNetDevices ( http://www.allnetdevices.com ) —News and commentary on hand-
held, mobile, and wireless devices
• Gelon.net ( http://www.gelon.net ) —WAP search engine and online emulator