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March 2006

February 2006

NOVELL: Novell and XForms Technology

by micah & 1 other (via)
XForms improve on HTML Forms by separating data, logic, and presentation into three distinct areas. This clean separation makes it easier for developers to customize the interface for users and devices, without rewriting the form or its associated logic. XForms also includes a powerful event model that allows the user to easily bind a form control to a piece of client-side logic without extensive scripting.

PyMeld

by dcancel & 2 others
A simple, lightweight system for manipulating HTML (and XML, informally) using a Pythonic object model

January 2006

Open eBook Q&A

by fox_b
Open eBook initiative のひとつの目標は、Webサイトで使用されているHTMLやXMLといった言語をベースにした電子書籍用のファイルフォーマットを決めることです。 この仕様をつくる目的は、注目に値するようなコンテンツを大量に、かつすばやく作成できるようにすることにあります。 出版社は、ある出版物を一度この仕様に従ったフォーマットで作成しさえすれば、それはいろいろな種類のリーダーデバイスで使用することができます。 共通のファイル仕様について合意することができれば、出版社は出版物を各種のリーダーデバイス用に毎回作り直す手間なく、より多くの読者に提供することができるのです。

PDFTOHTML conversion program

by digitalmonkey & 4 others
"pdftohtml is a utility which converts PDF files into HTML and XML formats".

PDFTOHTML conversion program

by infobulles & 4 others (via)
pdftohtml is a utility which converts PDF files into HTML and XML formats.

Over 6500 tutorials on 500 categories

by micah & 13 others (via)
Mixed reviews on digg, but worth a bookmark for revisiting, I think.

Guide d'utilisation du Dublin Core

by sebadupre & 5 others
Ce document est destiné à servir de point de départ aux utilisateurs du Dublin Core. Il aidera les non spécialistes à créer des notices descriptives simples pour des sources d'information (telles que, par exemple, des documents électroniques). Les

December 2005

Developer::Pipelines | Sessioning with XMLHttpRequest

by rickdog
Sessioning with XMLHttpRequest - Using HTML and JavaScript to connect the presentation layer directly to XML data

QuirksBlog: The AJAX response: XML, HTML, or JSON?

by nhoizey & 8 others (via)
wondering about the "ideal" output format for the AJAX response. Once you've succesfully fired an AJAX request, what sort of response should the server give? An XML document? An HTML snippet? A JSON string which is converted to a JavaScript object? Or something else?

The AJAX response: XML, HTML, or JSON?

by François Hodierne & 8 others (via)
> Once you've succesfully fired an AJAX request, what sort of response should the server give? An XML document? An HTML snippet? A JSON string which is converted to a JavaScript object? Or something else?