The complete how-to guide to moving Web development from the desktop to wireless technologies
Need to migrate your HTML documents to wireless and other platforms in a hurry, but don't have the time to master XML? Then XHTML is the answer, and this book shows you how to use it.
Quickly and painlessly, Michael Sauers and R. Allen Wyke get you up to speed on everything you need to know to use this powerful new tool to ensure that your documents stay true-to-form on virtually any platform. Using extensive code examples and real-world examples, they teach you, step-by-step, how to migrate legacy HTML documents to XHTML documents and how to create new documents and applications for handheld, wireless, mobile, and other environments.
Like all the books in the critically acclaimed XML Essentials series, XHTML Essentials features:
* Loads of source code and working examples
* A down-to-earth, accessible style and tone geared to professional developers
* Helpful listing of where to find updated information and rap with experts
* A CD-ROM containing all the source code from the book
* A companion Web site with links to resources, experts, newsgroups, and newsletters
The CD-ROM contains all the source code and examples from the book.
The companion Web site features links to resources, experts, newsgroups, and newsletters.
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Visit the companion Web site at www.wiley.com/compbooks/sauers "this is a very practical title" (.Net, January 2002)
"All in all, this book is a very complete and comprehensive guide to web authoring using XHTML and confirms the very high professional level of the Wiley XML Essentials series. The book is warmly recommended to both beginners and advanced webcasters." (EBU Technical Review, January 2002)