8.1. Hacks 85-93: Introduction

8.1. Hacks 85 93: Introduction

One of the most significant innovations in RIM's short history is the addition of the BlackBerry Browser to the operating system. In combination with the BlackBerry Enterprise Server's Mobile Data Service (MDS), instantly unlocked entire intranets along with mountains of rich corporate data made them available to the mobile user. As BlackBerry users catch on and start using the BlackBerry Browser, they'll quickly find room for improvement in your intranet.

Corporate networks are chock-full of lazily coded FrontPage web sites that were designed for ancient versions of Internet Explorer viewed with large monitors. How could those web developers have known their sites would one day be viewed on a mobile device from anywhere? To make those sites viewable on the BlackBerry, some sites will require minor tweaks [Hack #88]. For others, it might be easier to start from scratch. For especially time-sensitive data, you can push it [Hack #90] to your users' BlackBerry devices.

BlackBerry Hacks
Blackberry Hacks: Tips & Tools for Your Mobile Office
ISBN: 0596101155
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2006
Pages: 164
Authors: Dave Mabe

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