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RE: WAP viewer

From: Johan Hjelm <hjelm@w3.org>
Date: Wed, 17 Nov 1999 15:10:15 +0100
Message-Id: <4.1.19991117150820.00b34bf0@>
To: twalker@ixl.com
Cc: amoffat@griffin.multimedia.edu, www-mobile@w3.org
Actually, the Ericsson SDK has been avilable for quite a while, and you can
create different devices in it, not just one phone. Look at


At 19:16 1999-11-15 -0500, twalker@ixl.com wrote:
>Nokia has a WAP emulator in their SDK. You can access it here:
>Requires Java SDk 1.2.2
>Ericsson will have a similar SDK available soon, as well.
>Todd Walker
>Authoring Lead
>iXL, Inc.
>AIM: tmdblya
>-----Original Message-----
>From: amoffat@vfs.com [mailto:amoffat@griffin.multimedia.edu]
>Sent: Monday, November 15, 1999 7:05 PM
>To: www-mobile@w3.org
>Subject: WAP viewer
>Hi guys,
>Has anyone found a WAP or WML "viewer"?  I want to take a look at a couple
>of pages as WAP would.  I know that webTV has one, due to the resolution
>conflicts, but is there one for the WAP or Palm ones?
>If not, contact me, and I'll make one for us.
>Andrew Moffat, WAP and WML wannabe.

                         Johan HJELM
      Ericsson Research, User Applications Group 
         Currently visiting engineer at the W3C
Chair, CC/PP Working Group and WCA Interest Group
             The World Wide Web Consortium
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  and not necessarily those of Ericsson or the W3C. 
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