Developed by the WAP Forum, the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) is the de-facto set of communication protocols for the presentation and delivery of wireless information and telephony services on mobile phones and other wireless terminals. WAP is very similar to the Internet’s combination of Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) and Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP). By linking the two ‘hot-topics’ in communication – the internet and mobile technology – WAP provides a very valuable service.
One of the principle challenges for application developers has been distribution of the application. Traditional computer applications have relied on clunky installers called wizards to sort out and set up the components of a program, but this paradigm does not work well across multiple mobile platforms. Let’s see what the available Mobile App file extensions are for different Operating Systems.
Welcome to the Mobile App Testing Career guide. There is a growing requirement for people who test Mobile Apps. With an increasing focus on Apps designed for iOS devices, Android and Windows Mobile devices, App testing professionals are in great demand. If you are looking for a temporary or permanent job in the field of… Continue reading Mobile App Testing | Frequently Asked Interview Questions & Answers – I
As we all know, WhatsApp is inviting Android users to beta-test an unreleased version of its application, directly via the Google Play store. Having just submitted my WhatsApp Android Beta – Testing Report to the Support group (with 14 observations), let’s look at some details of the program…
The version history of the Android mobile operating system began with the release of the Android alpha in November 2007. The first commercial version, Android 1.0, was released in September 2008. The most recent major Android update is Android 6.0 “Marshmallow”, which was released in October 2015. Let’s take a look back through the years at how Andy Rubin’s brainchild has evolved into the industry titan that it is today.
The Apple vs. FBI controversy going on right now is quite a techno-political drama. FBI wants a terrorist’s phone unlocked to read its content. Simple enough, right? Unless it’s Apple iPhone! This has triggered one of the most important legal battles over the future of security – Digital vs. US National security. Strange? Let’s have a look about what’s at stake.
Ringing Bells, a little-know Noida-based Company ‘with immense support’ from the India government is about to launch what is most certainly the world’s cheapest smartphone. The “Freedom 251” costs, yes, just Rs. 251, and will be available to buy on the company’s website http://www.freedom251.com from 6am on February 18 and close at 8pm on February 21.