From: Dan Brickley (Daniel.Brickley@bristol.ac.uk)
Date: Tue Aug 08 2000 - 23:49:53 PDT
XML (particularly interesting here since SOAP and RDF have an identical
What is this?
system. As such it can be useful as a lightweight (zero-installation) testbed for
RDF-based Web applications.
I may have mentioned this here before, so to avoid the Old Bits penalty
I ought to mention it does some new stuff: there's now an 'external'
datatype stuff, popup windows and changing the background colour... :-)
On Sun, 6 Aug 2000, Edd Dumbill wrote:
> Adam Rifkin wrote:
> > Then again, I can only
> I've just written up an item <http://xmlhack.com/read.php?item=695>
> about "XML for <SCRIPT>" <http://www.idle.org/experimental/>, a
> There's also a small XML (ie, not XML, but a subset) parser, about which
> we wrote <http://xmlhack.com/read.php?item=414>
> Adam also asked:
> > Does anyone on FoRK know of *any* open implementation of a
> Sadly, I've not come across one yet. If and when I do you can be sure
> it'll appear on XMLhack.
> lives inside Mozilla, written by Martijn Pieters. See
> <http://lxr.mozilla.org/seamonkey/source/extensions/xml-rpc/> and also
> this article on XML.com <http://www.xml.com/pub/2000/06/07/xmlterm/>
> from within Mozilla.
> A parting shot: if you're after XML bits, don't just try Google, try
> <http://xmlhack.com/search.php> too!
> -- Edd
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