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:: Friday, May 26, 2000 ::

The Tao of Programming
:: linuxian 5/26/2000 05:35:36 PM [+] ::
" - Shaken, But Not That Stirred" is an article about XML protocols. Edd Dumbill, the author, discusses some less than favorable reactions to the SOAP and XML-RPC initiatives currently being pushed by Userland, Microsoft, etc.
:: linuxian 5/26/2000 05:21:38 PM [+] ::
On, see " - AxKit: XML Web Publishing with Apache and mod_perl," an article about AxKit, which is an open-source, mod_perl and Apache-based XML content delivery solution.
:: linuxian 5/26/2000 05:09:53 PM [+] ::
Here's a Jabber site I forgot about:
:: linuxian 5/26/2000 02:16:08 PM [+] ::
Inevitable but some geek sites are missing:
:: linuxian 5/26/2000 01:55:25 PM [+] ::
:: Thursday, May 25, 2000 ::
Definitions from
Services (aka Agents)

Services are a critical piece of Jabber. Transports, a subset of services, are the processes that "translate" from Jabber to other systems, such as ICQ, AIM, Yahoo! Pager, and so forth. If you would like to add transparent connectivity for any Jabber user to another real-time messaging service, use a transport. This includes adding any additional protocol functionality such as RVP, IMPP, or otherwise. Services also cover additions to the server to provide real-time "information source" such as stock quotes, weather alerts, etc.

Another significant possibility with services is if you have a real-time service already with clients, and want to provide the features of Jabber to those clients. By connecting your server to the Jabber network as a service, all of your clients immediately can communicate with the rest of Jabber as well as utilize any of the other services. This is an excellent approach if you want to write a 100% secure closed real-time messaging network and still provide connectivity with other services.

:: linuxian 5/25/2000 01:57:35 PM [+] ::
Here are some key Jabber transports:
:: linuxian 5/25/2000 01:33:16 PM [+] ::
One of the better written articles on "The GIF Controversy: A Software Developer's Perspective".
:: linuxian 5/25/2000 01:11:39 PM [+] ::
Stunnel homepage and Stunnel FAQ. Stunnel is an "SSL encryption wrapper between remote client and local (inetd-startable) or remote server."
:: linuxian 5/25/2000 10:01:23 AM [+] ::
O'Reilly Network: XUL Tools and What They Mean
:: linuxian 5/25/2000 09:52:11 AM [+] ::
WebTools for Browsers: MozillaQuest: Building Your Own Browser Part I
:: linuxian 5/25/2000 09:50:32 AM [+] ::
This artical was written for VisualBasic but might have some interesting ideas for a more general approach: Create Persistent Objects With XML.
:: linuxian 5/25/2000 09:34:57 AM [+] ::
:: Wednesday, May 24, 2000 ::
Inxight Software makes Site Lens and Table Lens and other hyperbolic tree-based products.
:: linuxian 5/24/2000 11:06:00 AM [+] ::
:: Monday, May 22, 2000 ::
The new spec for Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) 1.1. Also, here is the final release of SAX, version 2.
:: linuxian 5/22/2000 02:48:59 PM [+] ::
Web Workshop - Custom Error Messages with Internet Information Server 4.0
:: linuxian 5/22/2000 02:36:18 PM [+] ::
Here are some doozie error messages. Please do not do this to your users! Isys Information Architects Interface Hall of Shame. OTOH, Isys also presents Writing Effective Error Messages.
:: linuxian 5/22/2000 02:26:52 PM [+] ::
What Is...a List of Common Internet Error Messages (a Summary)
:: linuxian 5/22/2000 02:21:15 PM [+] ::
Jan Theodore Galkowski has started some Swiki pages on LiterateSqueaking. Have a look, also, at ToonTalk - Making programming child's play.
:: linuxian 5/22/2000 12:14:47 PM [+] ::

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