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(keitai-l) Re: Tu-Ka and Docomo

From: Claus Hoefele <claus.hoefele_at_gmail.com>
Date: 08/25/05
Message-ID: <9f8ab7ef05082422025bdc74fa_at_mail.gmail.com>
Here some links to the developer sites of TU-KA (Japanese) and NTT
DoCoMo (English):

- TU-KA: http://www.tu-ka.co.jp/common/support/ 
- NTT DoCoMo: http://www.nttdocomo.co.jp/english/p_s/i/make/index.html

Apart from i-mode HTML, NTT DoCoMo also supports XHTML in their latest
phones. TU-KA, from what I heard on this mailing list, has some
conversion mechanisms in their gateways that can translate from i-mode
HTML to HDML. Maybe you have a look in the archive of this mailing
list. People reported they managed to have a simple XHTML page that
worked for all providers.

CU,
Claus

On 8/25/05, Leandro Koiti <leandrokoiti_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello Marcus!
> First of all I'd like to thank you a lot! It helped me a lot, thanks!
> Well... I was looking for some information about the cell phones that they
> were using while acessing the website (D506i/ D253i and N506i
> (Docomo)* / *TT22/
> TT31/ TT 32 (Tu-Ka)) but I just found that the Tu-Ka cell phones uses the
> EzWeb, is that right? EzWeb seems to use HDML as you said, but is it normal
> an EzWeb Browser to access an entire HTML site? All my tests were made over
> the openwave emulators since I do not live in Japan and I thought that
> weren't possible to access any HTML page within an HDML browser, so, if
> sometimes happens to a browser to open part of the website it makes me a
> little bit more tranquil...
> For the Docomo I guess I will have to code using CHTML right?
> Thanks again Marcus! You really helped me out!
> Sorry for the lot of questions... I'm a little bit lost about all these
> errors, I feel like a blind in the middle of a world war, LOL, thanks again!
>  2005/8/24, marcus saw <saw_marcus_at_yahoo.com>:
> >
> > Hi,
> >
> > From what you said, if you only created the site in HTML and it appears to
> > behave strangely on Tu-ka phones, then this is because all of the Tu-ka
> > phones except for the Kyocera TK41 only work with HDML.
> >
> > You can expect some of these phones to accept part of the source and show
> > parts of the page and drop other parts, but a lot would just reject the
> > entire page giving a "1019: compile error".
> >
> > As for Docomo, these phones accept chtml - which is a cut down version of
> > HTMLv4 so maybe the reason for your problems is that some phones will be
> > strict in their interpretation of the source and give you weird results.
> >
> > To be really sure you might want to detect the type of phone visiting your
> > site and give them the correct source they need - a simple re-direct based
> > on the UserAgent can do this, or if you have the money you can buy a db with
> > all the useragents and their markup languages which would give you more
> > accurate tracking.
> >
> > I hope that helps you! If you need any more assistance I will be happy to
> > help.
> >
> > Marcus.
> > http://cellsuite.jp
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > Leandro Koiti <leandrokoiti_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello there, I was looking for some Tu-Ka and Docomo resourcer and I found
> > a
> > lot of links to the Keitai archive, navigating throught it I found this
> > maillist, I hope someone can read this message and help, I'd be ver
> > thankful!!!!
> > I'm wondering if you guys can help me to solve a problem envolving Tu-Ka
> > and
> > Docomo cell phones...
> > I've developed a website (in HTML) and tested into the Openwave
> > 7.1simulator, it went just fine, but I'm receiving messages from a lot
> > of users
> > telling me that the page don't show some parts of the site, like the drop
> > down list and a button located after another drop down in another page...
> > do
> > you know what would this be?!?!
> > Thanks a lot!!
> >
> > --
> > []'s
> > ~Koiti
> >
> >
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> 
> --
> []'s
> ~Koiti
> 
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Received on Thu Aug 25 08:02:57 2005