This chapter includes the following sections:
The minimum requirement for ADF Mobile browser's support is XHTML Basic or the XHTML Mobile Profile that includes WAP2.n browsers.
ADF Mobile browser does not support the WAP1.n browsers that cannot support either XHTML Basic or the XHTML Mobile Profile.
Basic HTML mobile browsers do not support the
autosubmit attribute. Add a submit button to a form only if the form submission responds to a component's autosubmit feature. For composite components with built-in autosubmit features, ADF Mobile browser adds a submit button to enable users to submit the form.
Basic HTML mobile browsers do not support form-submitting links. All submitting elements are rendered as buttons. Basic HTML mobile browsers do not support the child components of such input elements. As a consequence, the child components of the
tr:commandLink component cannot render in a basic HTML mobile browser. For more information on
tr:commandLink, see Section 3.5.2, "Creating Links."
ADF Mobile browser provides CSS support for basic HTML mobile browsers. Although most of these browsers support CSS, ADF Mobile browser applications can even run on the browsers that do not support CSS. In these cases, however, the user interface may be difficult to use. As a precaution, you should test the ADF Mobile browser application on as many browsers as possible.