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   Re: Component Markup Language

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  • From: Robb Shecter <shecter@darmstadt.gmd.de>
  • To: xml-dev@ic.ac.uk
  • Date: Mon, 08 Feb 1999 11:32:54 +0100

Just an update:

Thanks to everyone for all the pointers to things to check in my search for a UI / Component
markup language.  By the way, when I'm done doing my survey, I can post a summary here if
there's interest.

So far, the item that's closest to what I've been looking for is:


...This is really an interesting system.  The XML UI description seems abstracted enough to be
able to generate implementations in various languages, but close enough to Java to make
mapping to it easy.  The only part that's not there (for my requirements) is something like
XSL stylesheets for different client-side scripting languages (only a hard-coded XML->Java
conversion is supported at this time).  But that wouldn't be too big of a deal.

- Robb

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