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Building PDA Databases for Wireless and Mobile Development

Wiley Computer Publishing,1961
Book from JBPTPPOLBAN / 2006-08-16 14:23:51
Oleh : Robert Laberge, Srdjan Vujosevic, POLBAN
Dibuat : 2006-07-25, dengan 1 file

Keyword : database, wireless, PDA, server, Palm, MobiLink, UltraLite architecture
Subjek : 1.Mobile computing, 2.Database design, 3.Portable computers--Programming

The essence of this book is captured within its title: Building PDA Databases. The goal of this book is to introduce to you, the reader how to build databases on personal digital devices to be used with PDA applications. Of course, we also try to show how to build PDA applications to use the data within the database.

Chapter 1, "Introduction to PDAs," is a basic introduction to the mobile wireless environment. It includes some basics, a quick view of WAP technology (the topic of our first book, WAP Integration, which is really internet on cellular telephones), and an overview of PDAs and their environments.

Chapter 2, "Database Architecture," discusses in general. It begins at zero and brings the reader step by step into what is a database.

Chapter 3, "Client-Server Architecture," is an introduction to client-server methodology. This chapter describe what client-server is and how it applies to PDAs.

Chapter 4, "Data Warehousing," deals with an advanced database topic called data warehousing. Many enterpise are very interested in centralizing their departemental information willbe very valuable to mobile employees, and therefore discuss some basic issues when applied to the PDA environment.

Chapter 5, "Palm," brings the reader up to par on Palm devices. We present a very good overview of Palm as a whole, and of the products and operating system.

Chapter 6, "Pocket PC,"brings the reader up to par on Pocket PC from Microsoft. This chapter is a definite must if you are not familiar with devices using this technology.

Chapter 7,"Mobile Application Development Tools," describe a handful of mobile application development tools. If you plan to access data on a PDA, you're probably thinking of building an application, and this chapter discusses several tools for this process.

Chapter 8, "Palm's Database,"discusses Palm's offering and how database are deployed on Palm OS devices. Our example explains how to create an application to access data from the PDB database.

Chapter 9, "Microsoft," introduces the POcket PC offerings from Microsoft. This is a denied chapter on the many aspects with an interesting application explaines in detail.

Chapter 10, "Sysbase," introduices the Sysbase solution to PDA databases. Again, this chapter discusses the components from Sysbase, and haas examples using specific pieces of the offering.

Chapter 11, "IBM," introduces IBM's DB2 Solution. A discussion on the components and an easy-to-follow application using the components follows.

For you reference, we have a list of acronyms and appendices describing certain fine points from areas in the book.

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The essence of this book is captured within its title: Building PDA Databases. The goal of this book is to introduce to you, the reader how to build databases on personal digital devices to be used with PDA applications. Of course, we also try to show how to build PDA applications to use the data within the database.

Chapter 1, "Introduction to PDAs," is a basic introduction to the mobile wireless environment. It includes some basics, a quick view of WAP technology (the topic of our first book, WAP Integration, which is really internet on cellular telephones), and an overview of PDAs and their environments.

Chapter 2, "Database Architecture," discusses in general. It begins at zero and brings the reader step by step into what is a database.

Chapter 3, "Client-Server Architecture," is an introduction to client-server methodology. This chapter describe what client-server is and how it applies to PDAs.

Chapter 4, "Data Warehousing," deals with an advanced database topic called data warehousing. Many enterpise are very interested in centralizing their departemental information willbe very valuable to mobile employees, and therefore discuss some basic issues when applied to the PDA environment.

Chapter 5, "Palm," brings the reader up to par on Palm devices. We present a very good overview of Palm as a whole, and of the products and operating system.

Chapter 6, "Pocket PC,"brings the reader up to par on Pocket PC from Microsoft. This chapter is a definite must if you are not familiar with devices using this technology.

Chapter 7,"Mobile Application Development Tools," describe a handful of mobile application development tools. If you plan to access data on a PDA, you're probably thinking of building an application, and this chapter discusses several tools for this process.

Chapter 8, "Palm's Database,"discusses Palm's offering and how database are deployed on Palm OS devices. Our example explains how to create an application to access data from the PDB database.

Chapter 9, "Microsoft," introduces the POcket PC offerings from Microsoft. This is a denied chapter on the many aspects with an interesting application explaines in detail.

Chapter 10, "Sysbase," introduices the Sysbase solution to PDA databases. Again, this chapter discusses the components from Sysbase, and haas examples using specific pieces of the offering.

Chapter 11, "IBM," introduces IBM's DB2 Solution. A discussion on the components and an easy-to-follow application using the components follows.

For you reference, we have a list of acronyms and appendices describing certain fine points from areas in the book.

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