"Omnis Software, today confirmed some of the functionality to be
available in the forthcoming release of their highly successful
Rapid Application Development tool, Omnis Studio. A highlight is
the incorporation of a powerful drag and drop WML (Wireless Markup
Language) editor to simplify direct connectivity between server
based data and remotely located WAP (Wireless Application Protocol)
'phones. WML is a markup language based on the Extensible Markup
Language (XML) and was developed for specifying content and user
interface for devices such as phones and pagers."
"The combination of Omnis Studio's Web Client technology for
Internet based applications and the new GUI (Graphical User
Interface) WAP service generator strengthens Omnis' position as a
leader in out-of-the-office solutions. It allows designers to build
Omnis applications that can be deployed via the Internet, on mobile
phones, and on conventional thick client systems."
"Already proving extremely popular, WAP phones are driving a
market which needs to supply and modify relevant information
quickly and clearly. With the WAP generator and one of the many
available WAP phone emulators, you can quickly build and test cards
and decks that can interface with existing data sources, wherever
they may be located."
"In addition to the WAP generator, Omnis Studio 3.0 will
incorporate a number of other significant improvements, many of
them designed to improve the integration of client/server and
browser based data access. This has been specifically designed
to allow as much flexibility as possible in choosing where and how
data is stored, viewed and modified anywhere in the world. More
details will be released shortly."
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