- Browsers (4)
- XML browsers
- Content Management (13)
- XML based systems for content management, including document management
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- XML database products and services
- Development (18)
- Integrated Development Environments and tools for XML and related development
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- Document Type Definition
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- Authorities and bodies responsible for XML and related technologies
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- XML and Web Services for Mac OS and the Apple Macintosh platform
- Ontology (4)
- Companies and organisations involved in the creation of ontologies and related conceptualisation frameworks for XML and Web Services
- RDF (8)
- Resource Description Framework
- Resources (18)
- XML developer resources in programming, design and deployment
- RPC (3)
- Remote Procedure Call protocols related to XML and Web Services
- RSS (1)
- Schemas (71)
- XML Schemas, DTDs and related definitions
- Security, Trust & Privacy (20)
- XML-based security standards for security, trust and privacy.
- Servers (1)
- XML server implementations and tools
- SVG (8)
- Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG)
- Voice (3)
- Schemas and DTDs for voice applications
- Wireless & Mobile (7)
- XML development tools and implementations designed to be used by mobile devices, including mobile phones
- WSDL@ (12)
Web Services Description Language and related information
- WSDL@ (5)
- Tools, information and resources for Web Services Definition Language (WSDL) development
- XForms (3)
- XForms is the W3C project name for a specification of Web forms that can be used with a wide variety of platforms including desktop computers, hand helds, information appliances, and even paper.
- XHTML@ (0)
- Tools, information and resources for XHTML and related developments
- XHTML (9)
- XHTML resources
- XML@ (83)
- Companies providing XML tools, products and services
- XML@ (51)
- Tools, information and resources for XML and related developments
- XML@ (9)
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- XML@ (6)
- Standards and governing bodies responsible for XML and related technologies
- XML@ (28)
- eXtensible Markup Language learning resources
- XPATH (1)
- XSL (2)
- XSL and XSLT resources
- XSLT@ (1)
- eXstensible Stylesheet Language Transformation learning resources
This slide collection provides an introduction and overview of
XML, Namespaces, XInclude, XML Base, XLink, XPointer, XPath,
DTD, XML Schema, DSD, XSLT, XQuery, DOM, SAX, and JDOM
including selected links to more information about each topic.
IDEAlliance (International Digital Enterprise Alliance) is a non-for-profit membership organization. Its mission is to advance user-driven, cross-industry solutions for all publishing and content-related processes by developing standards, fostering business alliances, and identifying best practices. IDEAlliance has been a leader in information technology since 1966 (founded as Graphic Communications Association) having fostered the development and adoption of standards such as GRACoL, ICE, JIFFI, Mail.dat, papiNet, PRISM, PROSE XML, SPACE XML, SGML, and XML.
The home site for the Simple API for XML open source project. SAX was the first widely adopted API for XML in Java, and is a “de facto” standard. It has now been extended to other languages including C++, Perl, Python and Pascal (with a Delphi focus).
The home pages of Charles G Goldfarb inventor of SGML and father of its descendents: HTML and XML. SGML is the International Standard (ISO 8879) language for structured document and data representation. SGML was invented in 1974 by Charles G Goldfarb who led a 12-year
technical effort by several hundred people to develop its present form as an International Standard.
"The Open Applications Group is a non-profit consortium focusing on best practices and process based XML content for eBusiness and Application Integration. It is the largest publisher of XML based content for business software interoperability in the world. Open Applications Group, Inc. members have over 6 years of extensive experience in building this industry consensus based framework for business software application interoperability and have developed a repeatable process for quickly developing high quality business content and XML representations of that content."
"This is the list of Frequently-Asked Questions about the Extensible Markup Language. It is restricted to questions about XML: if you are seeking answers to questions about HTML, scripts, Java, databases, or penguins, you may find some pointers, but you should probably look elsewhere as well. It is intended as a first resource for users, developers, and the interested reader, and does not form part of the XML Specification."
W3C home page for XML Inclusions. Specifies a processing model and syntax for general purpose inclusion. Inclusion is accomplished by merging a number of XML information sets into a single composite Infoset. Specification of the XML documents (infosets) to be merged and control over the merging process is expressed in XML-friendly syntax (elements, attributes, URI references).
XML UK aims to provide a forum for SGML and XML users and developers to share their experiences and ideas concerning the use of SGML, XML and other related standards. The main focus of XML UK activity is a programme of meetings. There are currently around 200 members of XML UK. Meetings are generally attended by between 50 and 150 participants.