Part IV Examples

It’s now time to take the experience and knowledge you’ve gained in this book and pull it all together. After piecing these files together, feel free to experiment, perhaps exploring different areas of ASP and ADO to add to this application, or perhaps incorporating some WMLScript into your files.

Before you begin, let’s summarize how this application works. First, a default.asp page resides on a remote Web server. To begin the application, users access this page from their WAP devices. The page presents users with a title page and dynamically states the time of the Web server.

A timer resides in the default.asp file and, after a period of five seconds, takes users to the splash.asp Login button, which allows users to log in ...

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