I ranted that
> >I actually kind of hope that phones will
Henry Minsky, opening a can of worms no doubt, responded:
> What about WMLScript?
> Seems like a horrible kludge to me, much like WML itself.
I have yet to meet anyone who's crazy about it.
> My opinion is that people should use an HTML browser that's built into
> for this kind of thing, but the phones should support a little servlet
> That way, you could write small servlets that run in the phones, and use
> the phone's native browser. All they need is a tiny extension to the
> browsers to support at "localhost://" url which talks to the local JVM.
"Client-side servlets" == "client-stored applets", yes?
> The whole idea of WML "cards" is just a poor idea, I wish the WAP people
> would admit it,
> instead of adding an additional layer of badly designed software
But if it were good, it wouldn't, you now, *match*. Consistency
is important in system design ;-)
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Received on Wed Apr 18 11:47:32 2001