Though it may be
old news that Wiimote
so I created my own.
I believe that this library is only one piece of making Wii-friendly web sites.
For example, you can use CSS to ensure that you use fonts that can easily be read on the Wii.
Also, buttons appear to be better navigation controls than links
as links have no visual feedback when you mouse over them whereas buttons change
colors upon being valid click targets.
I expect other design standards for the Wii browser to emerge,
and if I hope to post what I learn on this site.
The API is fairly simple: it allows you to register a wii.Wiimote
as a listener which receives events whenever a button on the Wiimote is pressed
(except for the Power and Home buttons).
There is also a wii.KeyboardController object with the same API that
allows you to simulate using a Wiimote on your keyboard so sites can be developed
on a browser on a PC and then tested on Wii Opera.
Future releases of the API plan to support more complex interactions,
such as indicating when multiple buttons are being held down at the same time.