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After sticking my head above the parapet on the Atom API last week,
today is 'money where the mouth is time'. I've released Blogxter an
open-source multi-user blogging application composed entirely of loosely
coupled layered XML-services.
People not interested in Atom and/or blogs may find it interesting in
it's own right since it is written wholly in the declarative XML-domain
and makes use of modular virtual private web spaces with REST-like URI
addressed interfaces. It uses a clean MVC architecture for the
web-front-end. It also makes extensive use of server-side XForms
processing - see, for example, the AntiSpam comment form.
 XML-services - URI addressable interfaces consuming or providing
XML. Not SOAP-services.