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Aeroprise Eases Wireless AppDev for Developers

A small Silicon Valley software firm may have "cracked the code" for developers when it comes to wireless app dev and integration. The key, say execs from Aeroprise, is simple: Don't rewrite the enterprise app for the device -- instead, bring the device to the app. See how an Aeroprise approach can pare hundreds of man-hours, and thousands of dollars, from your enterprise wireless project.

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Openwave Brings Wireless Options to Popular IDEs

This fall, enterprise developers of just about every stripe have some easy-to-consider options for looking to take their skills into the realm of wireless development. In just the last couple of months, a key provider of mobile infrastructure to carriers and ISPs, is now bringing their mobile SDK to some of the industry's most popular IDEs. See how Openwave's work with Microsoft, Sun and Borland could mean there it'll be easier to make mobile apps a part of your future.

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Interlink IDE For Wireless Web Services Set to Debut

Java and .NET developers will soon have a full-featured toolkit that removes a lot of the complexity and hassle of tying wireless clients into their traditional client/server or web services projects. Denver-based IT consulting firm Interlink Group Inc. will release the stand-alone mobile apps framework, called the Mobile Intelligence Platform (MIP), in February 2003. See how MIP makes wireless enterprise integration faster, cheaper and easier by letting developers leverage what they've already built.

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Intel, Microsoft, Sun Scramble For Wireless Developers

Intel, Microsoft and Sun will all be ratcheting up their wireless outreach to developers in the coming weeks in efforts to capture mind-share and talent for the next wave in mobile computing. Integration Developer News has prepared a short checklist of what developers can expect from the Big 3 in wireless PDA and cellphone developer packages.

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SyncML Tests Remote Management for Wireless Devices

Later this month, the SyncML Initiative will begin the first testing of SyncML Device Management products for interoperability. These tests, if successful, would lead to the first wave of remotely upgradeable wireless devices (cellphones and PDAs) using a device-independent spec. On the eve of these important tests, Integration Developer News spoke with Douglas Heintzman, chairman of SyncML, an open standards group behind these tests for wireless devices.

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What Developers Can Expect from OMA

What can wireless developers expect from the Open Mobile Alliance? IDN asks the author of "Learning Wireless Java".

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OMA Eyes Wireless Developers' Architecture By Year's End

A boon to developers may be in the offing as OMA "Super Alliance" seeks to unify more than 200 wireless and enterprise vendors in the coming months - including Nokia, Ericsson, IBM, Sun, Motorola and Microsoft.

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