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Development Simulation Page 5
You might be thinking, configuring Apache to deliver WML sounds nice in theory, but how can we see it in action? Without a wireless phone, aren't we flying blind?
Fortunately, no. If you're doing any development at all in WML, and also want to test drive your Apache configuration in delivering WML pages, check out Phone.com's UP.SDK package, which includes the incredibly handy UP.Simulator. The Simulator ("UP" stands for "Unwired Planet") displays a virtual cell phone on your desktop, which you can use to connect to and browse any WML page over the Internet (using your normal land-based Internet connection).
The Simulator even includes alternate "skins", or templates for various models of phone, so you can see how WML pages will be rendered on the particular screen size of a certain vendor model. The UP.Simulator is, as Martha Stewart would say were she to prototype WML pages for wireless delivery, "a good thing."