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Norsk introduksjon til XML
Denne introduksjonen er skrevet av Lars Marius Garshol ved STEP Infotek, og fors+//035w-i en innf+//0- i XML for de som allerede kan HTML. (Eller eventuelt SGML.)

Type: XML  #Views: 254  Category: Website    

OASIS
OASIS is a non-profit, international consortium dedicated solely to product-independent document and data interchange. Founded in 1993 as SGML Open, OASIS has expanded to embrace the complete spectrum of structured information processing standards including XML, SGML and HTML.

Type: XML  #Views: 197  Category: Website    

Oracle looking at XML for warehouse repository plan
Oracle is eyeing Extensible Markup Language (XML), a standard mechanism for Internet searches, as a backbone of its upcoming meta data repository strategy.

Type: XML  #Views: 236  Category: Website    

Perl Opens Arms to XML
A recent summit of Perl programmers and the authors of the eXtensible Markup Language (XML) specification may have given XML the push it needs to catch on in the developer community and blossom on the Web.

Type: XML  #Views: 196  Category: Website    

Preparing for XML
The idea of purely logical markup and separating content from presentation may sound simple and promising---until you ask yourself, what to do with the huge pile of existing HTML material? Can it be painlessly adopted to XML syntax and, more importantly, to XML ideology? Read on for some practical answers to these questions...

Type: XML  #Views: 308  Category: Website    

RAX: An XML Database API
Neither SAX nor DOM are well-suited to processing database-generated XML. RAX is a record-oriented API to XML data that reduces the overhead and complexity of handling XML generated from databases.

Type: XML  #Views: 238  Category: Website    

Robin Cover's XML page
Extensive coverage of all things XML.

Type: XML  #Views: 165  Category: Website    

SAP joins ranks of vendors including XML
XML is piquing the interest of many companies in the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) field, including SAP, one of the largest.

Type: XML  #Views: 259  Category: Website    

Schema fragmentation takes a bite out of XML
As XML makes inroads among IT users and vendors, there's a growing concern that fragmentation will threaten the language's status as an enterprise data sharing standard.

Type: XML  #Views: 265  Category: Website    

Standards group to develop XML schemas
A major Web standards group has commenced work on a more powerful way of interpreting XML documents.

Type: XML  #Views: 165  Category: Website    

Stretching the Concept of the Document. XML: One Size Fits All
Tim Bray: 'The first wave of XML fans was made up of people who'd spent years working in the SGML community, mostly with a publishing background. These people knew what a document was, what a style sheet was, and how to publish information for human consumption. The second generation of XML users is starting to crowd the conference hallways and Internet forums, and they're a kettle of fish of a different color, so to speak.'

Type: XML  #Views: 257  Category: Website    

The Koala Project's XML Online activities
XML Validation service. An XML validating parser written in Java conforms to the XML 1.0 Specification and the SAX API. An Emacs mode is also available. +ACY-lt+ADs-b+ACY-gt+ADs-XSL Engine+ACY-lt+ADs-/b+ACY-gt+ADs-: An XSL processor written in Java, using the Simple API for XML (SAX 1.0) and the Document Object Model (DOM 1.0) API, that conforms to the first XSL Working Draft edited by the World Wide Web Consortium. As an example and tutorial of XSL, xslSlideMaker is also available. With this package, you can easily make slides and multi-level slides with XML +ACY-amp+ADs- XSL.

Type: XML  #Views: 340  Category: Website    

The Simple API for XML
SAX is a common, event-based API for parsing XML documents. SAX fills the same role for XML that the JDBC fills for SQL: with SAX, a Java application can work with any XML parser, as long as the parser has a SAX 1.0 driver available. A collaborative project of the members of the XML-DEV discussion group, SAX was released May 12 1998.

Type: XML  #Views: 265  Category: Website    

The xml-dev mailing list
The xml-dev mailing list is for general technical discussion of XML. Much of the discussion about SAX has taken place here.

Type: XML  #Views: 215  Category: Website    

W3C - Extensible Markup Language
- W3C's XML page has information on Events/Specs, Working Groups, Forums, Bookmarks, Software.

Type: XML  #Views: 124  Category: Website    

What is XML?
Nicely designed collection of XML resources.

Type: XML  #Views: 148  Category: Website    

xDev: The Definitive Site for Serious XML Developers
'Your one stop shop for the most advanced collection of XML knowledge and XML experts in the industry.'

Type: XML  #Views: 217  Category: Website    

XML bridges the gap - Emerging standard helps integrate Web sites, legacy systems
By Jeff Senna. Interesting overview from InfoWorlds TechCenter.

Type: XML  #Views: 234  Category: Website    

XML builds momentum as repository standard
XML will become the standard mechanism for interoperability between data-warehouse and tool repositories, based on plans by vendors such as Microsoft, IBM, and Oracle. These companies and others, such as Unisys, are examining XML as a way to standardize data entries for inclusion in repositories.

Type: XML  #Views: 243  Category: Website    

XML for Managers
Evaluating SGML vs. XML from a Manager's Perspective, by ArborText, Inc.

Type: XML  #Views: 244  Category: Website    

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