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Definition - What does Morphis mean?

Morphis is a Java-based, open source platform, which involves wireless transcoding. This application development platform provides the ability to deliver customized graphics and text to wireless devices. It provides a framework for many data and graphic formats suitable for wireless applications on mobile phones and PDAs.

Techopedia explains Morphis

According to its producer, Kargos, Morphis allows users to retrieve, translate and convert any electronic document. Morphis will give content providers the power to create wireless applications with the facility to use specific standards or technologies. Morphis converts XML to HTML or WML on the fly. This platform is the beginning of bringing mobile applications and content to the same level as personal computer and Internet applications, which are easily converted into HTML and WML.
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