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[ANN]: XML-UI/XForms now works in IE
- From: Sebastian Schnitzenbaumer <email@example.com>
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Sat, 08 Sep 2001 14:59:07 +0200
sorry to interrupt the IE6 debate. Instead of
waiting and discussing whether Microsoft eventually
does the right thing with IE, here is something that
actually works today and solves part of the XML
Mozquito has developed a markup language called
XML-UI, using the Modularization of XHTML, which is
in essence XHTML+XForms, the new W3C XForms in use
with XHTML, ie. the next generation of web forms in
Last week, the accompanying product:
"Mozquito XML WebAccess 2.0" went into public beta.
The server software transcodes XML-UI/XForms
documents consisting of both the XHTML UI document
and any referenced XML data source from markup into
IE5 to process XML-UI/XForms documents - as if
there was native browser support for XForms.
I recently gave a basic "Hello World" XML-UI/XForms
tutorial on the email@example.com mailing list .
Some initial XML-UI/XForms examples running e.g. in
IE5 can be seen at .
We set up a free FTP access to a Trial Server that
has XML WebAccess 2.0 installed. How to upload and
test-drive your XML-UI/XForms see .
For anything else (product details, beta download,
etc.), please visit the Mozquito Website .
Thanks for listening,
- Sebastian Schnitzenbaumer