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cHTML

(Compact HTML) A subset of HTML for cellphones and PDAs. Developed by NTT Docomo in the late 1990s for its i-mode wireless system in Japan, cHTML was designed for the limited screen displays and functionality of handheld devices. For example, it supports scrolling buttons rather than a mouse. See i-mode.
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It should be noted that i-mode is a proprietary service, and it uses a proprietary programming language called compact HTML, or cHTML.
01 and cHTML, as well as technologies such as Smart-Fit Rendering, which renders full web pages to fit the screen width of mobile devices, and Rapid-Render, a rendering technology that accelerates the presentation of web page data.
01 and cHTML and features technologies such as Rapid-Render, an incremental rendering technology that accelerates the presentation of web pages, and Smart-Fit Rendering, a rendering technology that renders web pages to fit the screen width of mobile devices, eliminating the need for horizontal scrolling.
ThunderHawk does not rely on WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) or cHTML (Compact HyperText Markup Language).
Through Speirtech's MGP (Mobile Gaming Platform) users can play games via SMS, MMS, J2ME, WML (WAP), CHTML (I-mode), XHTML (Latest WAP forum mark-up specification), BREW and HTML (PDA) enabled devices.