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Web 2.0–In Your Hand

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1 Author(s)
Reynolds, F. ; Nokia

Web 2.0 presents both a challenge and an opportunity for smart-phone vendors. The combination of HTML and JavaScript is becoming an increasingly powerful application platform. The W3C and some of the most important mobile browser developers, including Apple, Google, Opera, and Nokia, are actively involved in this evolution. Web 2.0 applications have already begun to come to mobile phones. Web widgets based on the WebKit core are already an important part of the iPhone and S60 platforms. Mobile-application developers is drawn to HTML and JavaScript as these new features are added to the various mobile browsers and Web toolkits.

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Pervasive Computing, IEEE  (Volume:8 ,  Issue: 1 )