Mobile Web Fundamentals
Mobile device browse applications, collectively known as the mobile Web, are very similar to their desktop PC counterparts. Mobile Web content generally runs on network servers with the results displayed on the mobile phone. The official AT&T portals for mobile Web content the existing MEdia Net portal which has been providing access to mobile Web content and its replacement att.net which uses a pre-loaded browser client that can view both WAP and full HTML sites.
These following pages will help you learn how to best integrate your mobile Web content with the AT&T wireless network.
By taking advantage of accessible device information, you can ensure your application provides the best possible user experience for a particular device.
You can design your application to identify and store user information in order to give your users a better experience.
This page provides an overview of the main bodies of Mobile-Web-oriented standards as well as the consortiums that develop these specifications. Acronym-rich, these include W3C, OMA, OMTP, GSMA, BONDI, OneAPI, and HTML 5.