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- Subject: [ANN] A new live XForms example: the "DMV Forms" sample application
- From: Erik Bruchez <email@example.com>
- Date: Fri, 03 Feb 2006 12:44:06 +0100
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I just read the recent XForms thread (thanks Mike and Eric for the
kind support!), and I thought I would use the opportunity to announce
a brand new XForms example that runs on the open source Orbeon
PresentationServer (OPS) 3.0 platform.
The "DMV Forms" sample application shows how to implement dynamic web
forms "the right way" with XForms and services. It is based on a
real-life form, namely a California Department of Motor Vehicles form.
You can access the live version online:
You can also check out the complete announcement in our blog, which
details the aspects of XForms covered by the sample application:
The source is available with downloads of OPS, or you can browse it
from the "View Source" tab at:
More information about Orbeon PresentationServer can be found here:
As always, feedback is welcome.
-Erik Bruchez, Orbeon