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:: Friday, May 12, 2000 ::
StackFrame Weblog -- "Serving up information, opinion and hot-links about hard-core software development...".
Here's the link to Dave Winer's XML-RPC: XML-RPC Home Page.
The Document Object Model Dissected offers an explanation of the DOM. Coverage is somewhat simplistic, which is good for an introductory DOM article.
This tutorial article, "Introducing WML and WMLScript," is hosted on the Webreference.com site. It includes information on how to setup and operate the Nokia WAP Toolkit.
This looks like a good article on Groves: XML.com - Groves Explained.
mozillaZine published an article, "Mozilla's XML Support Compared to Other Browsers " that reported that Simon St. Laurent has a new XML Browser Comparison Chartat XML.com which compares the extent of XML support in the latest browsers. Mozilla compares very favorably, supporting more features on the chart than the other browsers. XSLT support is not there yet, but it's coming, thanks to the great work of Mozilla's volunteeer developers.
The Wappy site has some free membership-based WAP services, including EasyWAP, WAPredirect, and Wapsilon, a WAPbrowser.
AnywhereYouGo.com used to be Waptastic.com. This site is for products and information about WML including a tutorial, a tag-by-tag WML Reference, Glossary, etc.
Forum WAP is the main Nokia forum site for WAP application developers. There are links to documentation, as well as Nokia WAP developer tools, etc.
WAP browser @ Gelon.net.
xmlproc is a free, OpenSource, nearly complete SAX-based XML parser written in Python.
Document Object Model (DOM) Level 2 Specification. Here is the abstract:
Developer news from the XML community: <?xmlhack?>. This "zine" site has lots of useful information for XML developers.:: Thursday, May 11, 2000 ::
This is a pretty cool net news site with an open service API: Meerkat: An Open Wire Service.
This looks like a definite reader: O'Reilly Network: Meerkat: An Open Service API.
A free HTML to PDF converter: FreePDF Engine 0.10a.
Important info article on dll incompatibility: A Snowball's Chance for DLL Hell.:: Wednesday, May 10, 2000 ::
Use Linux configuration files to personalize your system.
Linux 101: RPM files explained.
Heres the W3C Spec for Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) 1.1.:: Tuesday, May 09, 2000 ::
This is the W3C's page about libxml, a.k.a. gnome-xml, the main Gnome library for XML processing.:: Monday, May 08, 2000 ::
Petite - Win32 Executable Compressor -- Compressed executables decompress themselves at run time. Virus detection included.
An alternative interface for Deja Power Search.
The Cluetrain folks record that Dack Ragus considers Mark Hurst "the Yoda of User Experience. Hurst has a Creative Good site and weblog that may be good starting points for checking out this assertion.
This XML news source, xmlhack: developer news from the XML community, was linked from Eclectic, "The XML-DEV weblog".
This is the Temporary home for the Camp Smalltalk Refactoring Browser Squeak Port, being done by Bob Hartwig.