What is Wireless Application Protocol (WAP)?
Example of a WML Browser, Image Courtesy of Mozilla Firefox
WAP is a communications protocol that defines how data is transmitted securely between two wireless handheld devices such as pagers or two way radios. WAP can also include wireless information trans
It can access all operating systems on mobile platforms. In the 2000s to 2010s, WAP included wireless markup language which was used in WAP browers, however, these were replaced as mobile devices started supporting full HTML.
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