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- From: Mirja Hukari <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: email@example.com
- Date: Mon, 15 Feb 1999 14:22:12 +0200
Many people have expressed interest in having a simple way of seeing
XML working in a Web browser. CITEC has made its XML, SGML, and
HTML browser, DocZilla Preview and all-new Demo Kit, available at
http://www.doczilla.com. We've put a lot of interesting material
in the Demo Kit and made it accessible with point-and-click
DocZilla is based on Netscape's Mozilla open-source project.
It uses CSS to render XML and SGML directly and also supports
interactive effects with XML and the DOM have been presented
in the Demo kit.
DocZilla Preview is pre-alpha, it has its rough edges including
not much of an interface and is eminently crashable. In the
interests of somewhat better stability it is also not our
latest and greatest code. Still it is cool and worth a look.
CITEC will be at the XML XTECH conference in San Jose beginning
March 7 to demonstrate recent progress with DocZilla and also to
offer an in-depth tutorial on the Mozilla open-source code.
Hope to see you!
Mirja Hukari tel. +358-6-3240 723
Citec Information Technology fax. +358-6-3240 800
Silmukkatie 2 email. firstname.lastname@example.org
65100 Vaasa URL: http://www.citec.fi
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