Preface

APOO wml editor offers developers an environment allows for the rapid creation of wireless Internet applications for use across mobile devices based on the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP).

This guide will show you how to perform some basic tasks within the editor: editing wml, compiling wmlc, converting WBMP images.

Benefits

The element  tree window enables you to view the hierarchical structure and content of all elements (tags) current wml deck. Typically this will incorporate a deck, its associated card(s) and layout elements. Each node within element  tree window is represented by a different icon.

  elements

WML Encoders and Decoders

The editor provides an encoder for converting textual WML content to binary format for transmission over a wireless network. Conversely, its
decoder converts received binary content to text for display on the text editor panel. This feature is provided for calculation of the deck size.

Unicode support

The editor provides clear way to write text in different languages. Just switch a keyboard to correct language and type a text, no additional conversion to &#; sequences is required.

This guide contains a Wireless Internet Overview. Look for more extensive documentation about wml in the following specifications, in addition to several others, are created and maintained by WAP Forum. WAP Wireless Markup Language Specification (wml) is part of the Wireless Application Protocol, Wireless Application Environment Specification Version 1.1. You can download the relevant WAP specifications from the WAP Forum web site at http://www.wapforum.org/.

Interface walkthrough

How to install editor

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