Chapter 5. Navigation Using WML

WAP applications are a lot like conventional Web sites. WAP applications consist of a set of navigation functionality used to link WML cards, just as Web sites use navigational functionality to link the pages of that site together.

Typically, a WAP application should require as little user scrolling as possible. One way to reduce scrolling is to break information into multiple cards. To do this, however, developers must create mechanisms that allow users to navigate between these components quickly.

This chapter looks at the navigational functionality provided by WML and how to incorporate this functionality into your applications. Specifically, this chapter addresses the following issues:

  • The differences between ...

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