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  • From: Cynthia Lenore Shern <cys@arbortext.com>
  • To: jtigue@datachannel.com (John Tigue)
  • Date: Mon, 21 Jul 1997 13:56:48 -0400


Please excuse my ignorance, but where can I find a brief and accurate
description of CDF (Channel Definition Format).

The demo on Netscape looked great!!!

Cynthia Shern

At 09:20 AM 7/21/97 -0700, John Tigue wrote:
>For your XML viewing pleasure, I have created a demo applet which allows
>users to view CDF files. The applet is configured (from its html page)
>to fetch a CDF file from its server and display any channels and items
>in a tree. Users can click on the elements in the view and the browser
>will call up the URL from the xml elements' href attribute. The applet
>is at http://www.datachannel.com/xml/viewer (circa 500K, the parser is
>about 100K of that). It has been shown to work on Netscape 3 and 4
>(Windows, Mac, Sun) and MS IE 3 and 4. Please tell me if you have any
>I used this experiment to test drive Xapi-J as it currently stands. As
>such the applet's UI and logic consume the document through the Xapi-J
>interfaces to the element tree. The applet could have used any
>underlying processor which implements the Xapi-J interfaces.
>John Tigue
>DataChannel (http://www.datachannel.com)
>Attachment Converted: "c:\eudora\attach\vcard10.vcf"

Cynthia Shern
Product Specialist
Arbortext, Inc.
1000 Victors Way, Suite 100
Ann Arbor, MI 48108
(313) 996-3566

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