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What is XML Sapiens?
The number of commercial CMSs is diligently growing up. Many of open standards have been approved lately. They allow to structure information within sites, separate it from design, but the most of CMSs still donít follow them. The XSLT standard exists for quite a long time. It allows to form documents from different sources: XML-files with structured document contents and an XSL-template with the description how the document will be presented at the site. Besides, document forming can be performed at the client side. Well, XSLT is a perfect solution in conception, but practically it is used quite rarely within CMSs. Why? Maybe we need new solutions, which include features of the open standards and are easy to use. One of those solutions can be XML Sapiens markup language. So, what is XML Sapiens?
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Tips and Tricks to Learn VoiceXML
There are a number of tips and tricks you can utilize in order to learn VoiceXML. Perhaps one of the most important factors in learning this system is usability testing. Before you start any project, it is something you will want to utilize. If you are not familiar with the concept of usability testing, you will want to make it a fundamental part of your VoiceXML lessons
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Data, its presentation and user interface forms
To deliver information to a user a site is needed. Web site content should be managed and that involves separation data from its presentation. The task is still often solved with the help of templates in program technologies. Though now we have XSLT technology at our disposal. Any document can be represented with data that is structured in detail with the help of XSL. It is quite enough to report the corresponding XSL template to define a proper graphic presentation for the data. XSL language is polymorphous and permits high flexibility in format changes of documents. This might seem to be St.Grail of web development - we add XSL tools to our arsenal and shorten the time of the project development thus raising its quality. But perhaps we lost sight of a significant something. Read this article about it
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The Web's future: XHTML 2.0
Over the years, HTML has only become bigger, never smaller, because new versions had to maintain backward compatibility. That's about to change. On 5 August 2002, the first working draft of XHTML 2.0 was released and the big news is that backward compatibility has been dropped; the language can finally move on. So, what do you as a developer get in return? How about robust forms and events, a better way to look at frames and even hierarchical menus that don't require massive amounts of JavaScript. This article takes a sneak peek at what's new in XHTML 2.0 and how you might one day put it to use.
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Why XML Schema beats DTDs hands-down for data
This article explains why XML Schema beats DTDs hands-down for data. It looks at four features of XML Schema that are particularly suited to data representation, and shows some examples of each. Code samples include XSD schemas and schema fragments.
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Is Web services the reincarnation of CORBA?
Even during these early stages of the evangelism of Web services, customers have already begun to ask how this technology differs from CORBA. Isnít it just another form of distributed computing? In this installment of the Web services architect, Dan Gisolfi offers a brief overview of the differences between SOAP, DCOM, and CORBA and suggests a value proposition for Web services within the distributed computing realm.
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How the IBM Web Services Compares with Microsoft Visual Studio .NET
This article provides a high-level overview of both development environments and tools in the IBM Web Services Development Environment and Toolkit and in Microsoft Visual Studioģ .NET.
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Web services insider, part 1: Reflections on SOAP
What is the current state of the "Web services revolution?" This first installment of the "Web services insider series" will answer this question by reviewing the tools and technologies that have emerged over the past year, highlighting their differences and similarities.
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Migrating from HTML to XML
As the Internet world shifts its focus to XML and related technologies, what happens to HTML? Everywhere you go, products are becoming "XMLitized" as vendors rush to gain market share. While this is great for companies that are only now beginning to build their infrastructures, what about the rest of us whose sites have existed for years, accumulating documents architected on old HTML technology? Fortunately, the market for tools in this space is growing, and technologies like Extensible Hypertext Markup Language (XHTML) are making it easier to migrate your repository of existing HTML documents. This article describes tools to help you convert to XML with ease.
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