About writing for wireless devices...I have a little web site that I experiment on, and I think that the content in it would be really great to download into a small, portable device, to avoid having to print it. The information can really only be used either as reading entertainment or printed out and taken far away from a computer, and hey, why kill trees if you don't have to? How do you get the info off the web and into a small device, anyway? File -> save as...? Could I use css, like you do for a print version of a page, (media="?") to make the content, or do I have to write different content? What about images? Anywhere where there is more info about this that you can recommend? On Friday, August 15, 2003, at 04:42 AM, thelist-request at lists.evolt.org wrote: > I have one question: By downloadable software, do you mean > that the handheld can download and install it? > > Or (even better) will a java app run as a "browser" based applet? > > [snip WAP 1.0 device] > >> It needs to be stated here that it is quirky, (especially for >> navigation), sometimes device specific (ah, remember those browser >> wars? - well they are very much in force in the wap device world) and >> devices are unforgiving with syntax errors - in my experience wap 1.x >> combined with server-side scripting can be a PITA to debug > > I have not began developing WAP yet. But it does interest me, and > the pure mass of technical issues confuse me.