Mobile and wireless

Lansdell, Jon
April 2003
IT Training;Apr2003, p35
Book Review
This article reviews several books, compact discs and Web-based learning material that focus on developing applications for mobile phones. The Web-based learning material Introduction to Wireless Technologies is aimed at architects, managers and business strategists. Some of the books on the above mentioned topic are '.Net Wireless Programming,' 'Building .Net Applications for Mobile Devices,' and '.Net Compact Framework Core Reference.'


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