Category Archives: XML

More Reason To Continue With The MetaWrap Rendering Pipeline

Great post by Dave Johnson that replicates and surpasses some of the benchmarking I have already into the practicality of using XSLT. This is why XSLT is at the heart of the MetaWrap JavaScript Rending Pipeline. The rendering pipeline and macro … Continue reading

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The Latest In The World Of JavaScript – "AJAX, Web 2.0 and the World Of Tomorrow"

This Is Not The JavaScript Our Parents Would Know In the bad old days JavaScript was not compatible across browsers. JavaScript development was painful, frustrating and costly. More recently JavaScript has become the poster-child for effective web programing and the … Continue reading

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Windows Media Center Version Of BigPond V8 Supercars

If you are wondering why I have been not posting much to the blog recently, or if you met me in person lately, why I have been so tired and not really in the mood to talk, its because I have … Continue reading

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State of Ajax: Progress, Challenges, and Implications for SOAs

“Dare Obesanjo recently enumerated some key points that Ajax application architects have to contend with and a few of them are particularly worthy of note including how to deal with the need for permalinks, the Back button, and others. Please … Continue reading

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XML Standalone Voodoo

The XML standalone declaration should always be last. The encoding declaration Second and the version info First. <?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”UTF-8″ standalone=”yes” ?> GOOD <?xml version=”1.0″ standalone=”yes” encoding=”UTF-8″ ?> BAD See the XML Prolog and document type declaration format for clarity on this Prolog [22]  … Continue reading

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