It is important for application programmers and users to easily control networked appliances and devices without the need to be aware of their locations. In particular, network transparent control is essential for the ubiquitous computing environment. This is because end-users accomplish their tasks by coordinating devices that they are wearing, such as wearable computers and cellular phones, with various networked appliances, such as display devices and loud speakers. This paper presents the Wapplet framework, a new application framework that addresses this issue for the ubiquitous computing environment. To show the efficiency of the proposed Wapplet framework, we have evaluated it in terms of processing time.