WML vs. XHTML
jelks at jelks.nu
Fri Nov 5 05:01:07 GMT 1999
Steve Baty wrote:
> WML is an implementation of XML 1.0 for use on handheld, wireless devices.
> It is a core part of the Wireless Application Protocol and is currently
> being implemented in a broad range of internet - based applications. WML is
> the language of choice for WAP-enabled devices from Nokia, Ericsson etc
> although not the only choice (HDML being an alternative).
> WAP is in the process of being rolled out in Australia and is generating a
> great deal of media coverage as the Next Big Thing.
Indeed, and Rohit Khare nicely debunks this media hoopla in his article "W*
Effect Considered Harmful":
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