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XForms 1.1 Requirements Updated
The XForms Working Group has updated the XForms 1.1 Requirements Working Group Note. XForms is the new generation of Web forms. Version 1.1 has enhancements for the XForms 1.0 framework, embraces SOAP, makes XForms authoring easier, and facilitates XForms use in other host languages.

Type: XForms  #Views: 559  Category: Resource    

SVG and XForms: Rendering Custom Content
Antoine Quint introduces the SVG 1.2 XML-based extension mechanism on IBM's developerWorks. "The first Scalable Vector Graphics specification (SVG 1.0) laid the standard for XML-expressed two-dimensional interactive and animated graphics.

Type: XForms  #Views: 642  Category: Resource    

XForms Implementation Status
W3C's XForms Recommendation is implemented in X-Smiles. It uses the the "http://www.w3.org/2002/xforms" - namespace. XForms can be embedded in XHTML, XSL FO, SMIL and SVG documents in X-Smiles.

Type: XForms  #Views: 519  Category: Resource    

W3C Recommends Xforms 1.0; PureEdge Applauds
PureEdge Solutions, a company dealing in "secure, XML forms-based business process automation," congratulates the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and the XForms Working Group on its release today of XForms 1.0 as a W3C Recommendation. PureEdge is a founding member of the W3C's XForms Working Group.

Type: XForms  #Views: 564  Category: Resource    

XForms Becomes a W3C Proposed Recommendation
W3C is pleased to announce the advancement of XForms 1.0 to Proposed Recommendation. Comments are welcome through 29 August.

Type: XForms  #Views: 515  Category: Resource    

XForms Basic Profile Is a W3C Candidate Recommendation
W3C is pleased to announce the advancement of XForms 1.0 Basic Profile to Candidate Recommendation. The specification describes XForms processing tailored to the needs of constrained devices and environments.

Type: XForms  #Views: 526  Category: Resource    

XForms and XML Events Are W3C Recommendations
The World Wide Web Consortium today released XForms 1.0 and XML Events as W3C Recommendations. The specifications have been reviewed by the W3C Membership, who favor their adoption by industry.

Type: XForms  #Views: 495  Category: Resource    

XForms - The Next Generation of Web Forms
Various XForms links

Type: XForms  #Views: 158  Category: Resource    

XForms
Some useful links about XForms.

Type: XForms  #Views: 181  Category: Resource    

XForms and XML Events Are W3C Recommendations
The World Wide Web Consortium today released XForms 1.0 and XML Events as W3C Recommendations. The specifications have been reviewed by the W3C Membership, who favor their adoption by industry.

Type: XForms  #Views: 184  Category: Resource    

XForms 1.0
XForms is an XML application that represents the next generation of Forms for the Web. By splitting traditional XHTML forms into three parts - data model, instance data, and user interface - it separates presentation from content, allows reuse, gives strong typing - reducing the number of round-trips to the server, as well as offering device independence and a reduced need for scripting.

Type: XForms  #Views: 167  Category: Resource    

Form Activity Statement
HTML forms lack a number of features common in software used in database and workflow applications. These are applications where an on-line document or form is passed from office to office, for example, an invoice or purchase order.

Type: XForms  #Views: 188  Category: Resource    

XForms 1.0 -- Review Version
Understandably, authors will often desire greater control over exact construction of the submitted instance data. One common case might be submitting to a server XML data that is validated against a predefined DTD or XML Schema.

Type: XForms  #Views: 135  Category: Resource    

XForms 1.0
This Working Draft is a pre-version the Candidate Recommendation document. Its goal is to show the work on disposition of comments and allow authors of the Last Call comments to review the current XForms specification before we advance to Candidate Recommendation. The two weeks review will close on 4 September 2002.

Type: XForms  #Views: 143  Category: Resource    

Processing Model
The XForms Reference Processing Model is a normative explanation of the components, predictive behavior, and mechanisms of XForms Processors. It is not intended to constrain implementations.

Type: XForms  #Views: 150  Category: Resource    

Form Controls
Form controls enable accessibility by taking a uniform approach to such features as captions, help text, tabbing and keyboard shortcuts. Internationalization issues are addressed by following the same design principles as in XHTML. All form controls are suitable for styling using Aural CSS (ACSS) style properties.

Type: XForms  #Views: 197  Category: Resource    

Form Controls
XForms User Interface controls, also called form controls, are declared using markup elements, and their behavior refined via markup attributes. This markup may be further decorated with style properties that can be set using CSS stylesheets to deliver a customized look and feel.

Type: XForms  #Views: 170  Category: Resource    

XForms 1.0 -- Review Version
On completion of the review, the XForms Working Group will advance the specification to Candidate Recommendation according to the following exit criteria, still under discussion:

Type: XForms  #Views: 142  Category: Resource    

Processing Model
This chapter defines the XForms processing model declaratively by enumerating the various states attained by an XForms processor and the possible state transitions that exist in each of these states. The chapter enumerates the pre-conditions and post-conditions that must be satisfied in each of these states. XForms Processors may be implemented in any manner, so long as the end results are identical to that described in this chapter.

Type: XForms  #Views: 172  Category: Resource    

XForms 1.0
Forms were introduced into HTML in 1993. Since then they have become a critical part of the Web. The existing mechanisms in HTML for forms are now outdated, and the W3C has started work on developing an effective replacement. This document defines "XForms", W3C's name for the next generation of web forms.

Type: XForms  #Views: 149  Category: Resource    

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