XML Startkabel News
New XML resources added this week:
1) New XML browser in Java
X-Smiles is a Java based XML browser. It is intended for both desktop use
and embedded network devices and to support multimedia services.
The main advantage of the X-Smiles browser is that it supports several XML
related specifications and is still suitable for embedded devices supporting
the Java environment.
2) XRay XML Editor Beta Release
Architag just release a beta product: XRay XML Editor. It provides real-time
XML editing so you can quickly create XML documents, or learn how XML documents
are created. It also allows you to validate your documents according to a
document type definition (DTD) or XML schema. An XSLT Transformation window
and an HTML viewing window are included in XRay.
More new resources added see http://xml.startkabel.nl
1) Transforming XML into SVG
Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is a language for describing two-dimensional
graphics in XML. SVG allows for three types of graphic objects: vector graphic
shapes (e.g., paths consisting of straight lines and curves), images and
This tutorial shows how to convert XML documents to graphics by using SVG.
2) XSL FO tutorial
A learn-by-example tutorial for XSL Formatting Objects. It is not an exhaustive
reference on XSL FO, but rather an attempt to facilitate reading the XSL
Formatting Objects specification by giving a series of commented basic examples.
More details and new tutorials see http://xml.startkabel.nl
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