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Wireless Horizon

Wireless Horizon

Strategy and Competition in the Worldwide Mobile Marketplace

Dan Steinbock

512 pages, parution le 16/12/2002


Web Matrix Developer's Guide provides a complete view of what you can accomplish with Web Matrix (Microsoft's free Web site creation program)-everything from generating simple Web pages to developing Web service applications to building mobile applications. Expert author John Mueller covers all the major features of Web Matrix, including the ASP.NET page designer, SQL and MSDE database management, data-bound UI generation, XML Web Services, and FTP workspaces.

Web Matrix Developer's Guide shows you how to create a wealth of application types beginning with simple HTML and moving on to XML and ASP.NET. You'll learn how to use CSS and XSLT to create content for both PDAs and cellular telephones. Finally, you'll learn about the database management functionality that Web Matrix provides, including a walk-through tutorial that shows you how to use David Selwood's popular freeware, MSDE Query, a tool that tames MSDE and makes it a more functional development environment.

One of the most important features of the Web Matrix Developer's Guide is that it demonstrates the flexibility of this free tool. You'll learn how to use every type of control and component in your Toolbox (managed and unmanaged) to create robust Web applications. In addition, you'll learn about IDE modifications, such as the addition of custom tabs to the Toolbox.


Part I Quest for wireless horizon
  • Globalization drivers
  • Globalization of technology innovation
Part II Network operators: from national monopolies to market liberalization
  • The pre-cellular era: from marconi to u.s. leadership
  • The 1g era: rise and decline of u.s. leadership
  • The 2g era: euro-nordic pioneers
  • The 3g era: japan's service innovation
  • The future: the china card
Part III Industry catalysts: from
  • Equipment manufacturers to enablers
  • Motorola: the failure of success
  • L. M. Ericsson: the switching giant
  • Nokia's translocal gamble
  • Qualcomm: redefining the rules
  • From "board stuffers" to electronic manufacturing services
  • Mobile vision
  • It vision
Part IV Epilogue
  • Geography, strategy, and globalization

L'auteur - Dan Steinbock

Dan Steinbock (New York, NY) is the author of The Nokia Revolution (AMACOM: 0-8144-0636-X) and an affiliate researcher at the Columbia Business School.

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Éditeur(s) Amacom
Auteur(s) Dan Steinbock
Parution 16/12/2002
Nb. de pages 512
Format 16 x 23,5
Couverture Relié
Poids 893g
Intérieur Noir et Blanc
EAN13 9780814407141
ISBN13 978-0-8144-0714-1

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