Microsoft has announced the Release Candidate edition of the Microsoft Soap Toolkit Version 2 (Soap Toolkit 2.0 RC0). The RC0 Toolkit "offers functionality similar to the MSDN Soap Toolkit sample which has been available for several months, but it will be a fully Microsoft-supported product. The
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Steve Ball has announced the XSLT Standard Library, a SourceForge hosted open source project to develop a "collection of commonly-used templates written purely in XSLT".<br> <br> The initial release (0.1) available on the project site comes with two libraries with templates to process stri
by Bob DuCharme – In XML a namespace is a collection of names used for elements and attributes. A URI (usually, a URL) is used to identify a particular collection of names. Instead of including the URI with every element to show which namespace it came from, it's more convenient to name a short
Microsoft has opened a technology center here to draw corporate customers for shared problem-solving and to promote its .Net strategy, a Microsoft mission described as "even riskier than Windows" by Bill Gates, chair and chief software architect. In his keynote presentation, Gates rep
Steve Ball (Zveno) has posted an announcement for the first release of an 'XSLT Standard Library' of commonly-used XSLT templates created through the corresponding SourceForge project. This initial release of the XSLT Standard Library is "to promote the library, establish the engineering
Forms were introduced into HTML in 1993. Since then they have gone on to become a critical part of the Web. The existing mechanisms in HTML for forms are now outdated, and W3C has started work on developing an effective replacement. This document outlines the requirements for "XForms", W3C&#
By Doug Tidwell – The first section of our tutorial showed you how to transform XML documents into HTML. We used a variety of XML source documents (technical manuals, spreadsheet data, a business letter, etc.) and converted them into HTML. Along the way, we demonstrated the various things you can do
by Dan Wahlin – Given all of the attention that XML has been receiving in the media lately, you're probably keenly aware of how useful XML is for marking up data that can be exchanged between distributed systems. While this capability carries with it an enormous amount of power and flexibility,
by John E. Simpson, XML.com – Question and answer column to solve all your tricky problems with XML.
Vitria boosted its software integration offerings Monday by buying start-up XMLSolutions for $15 million. With the acquisition, Vitria hopes to better compete against rivals SeeBeyond, Tibco, WebMethods and others in the fast-growing market for business integration software.