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Using CC/PP technology for Web applications

By bsateesh ·
Hi all,

I am new to CC/PP technology. I have researched a lot and unable to find out how to use this technology in my current web applications. My intention is to develop the Web applications that can be access from any device a desktop, mobile, etc.. Can anyone help me in this topic?
What steps need to be taken to develop the web applications that to be run on mobiles and other handheld devices along with the desktop computers.

Thanks in Advance,
Sateesh

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Well, it's a W3C standard

by robo_dev In reply to Using CC/PP technology fo ...

so the first thing is to learn about the standard, and the second thing is to develop apps to conform with the standard.

The whole concept is to write apps in a more modular fashion and separate the device-specific code into separate profiles.

http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/architecture/library/wi-ccpp/index.html

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Is ther any alternate for this?

by bsateesh In reply to Well, it's a W3C standard

Thanks robo for the reply. Now I have understood the basic of the CC/PP technology.

Is there any alternate method to develop the web applications that supports both computers and handheld devices (mobiles) other than using the CC/PP technology?

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