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Analysis of business issues in XML: management, planning, industry initiatives and consortia.

Under the Hood: Oracle Berkeley DB XML By Deepak Vohra
XML Databases, coupled with the power of XQuery, offer a potentially paradigm-changing way of dealing with data. The Oracle Berkeley DB XML database provides a rich XQuery-based engine that can be manipulated via XQuery, opening up possibilities for any web developer.  [May. 7, 2008]

Getting Productive with XMLMind By James Elliott, Marc Loy
In the area of technical publishing, there are still challenges to be faced when creating large, complex documents using XML. This week Jim Elliott and Marc Loy provide an excellent introduction to XMLMind, an XML editing environment optimized for complex technical documents. [Jun. 21, 2007]

A Relational View of the Semantic Web By Andrew Newman
Andrew Newman describes SPARQL as a kind of relational query language over the Web itself; or, at least, over RDF and any data that can be mapped into RDF. He suggests that SPARQL is an excellent candidate Web 2.0 technology. [Mar. 14, 2007]

XUL-Enhanced Web Apps By Cedric Savarese
Cedric Savarese offers an interesting guide to using XUL to enhance web apps on Mozilla-compatible browsers. He very helpfully includes performance numbers, including comparisons to equivalent JavaScript widgets. [Feb. 6, 2007]

Tools of Change Conference By Kendall Grant Clark
An announcement of a new O'Reilly conference that will be of interest to XML.com readers. [Dec. 20, 2006]

Semantic Wikis and Disaster Relief Operations By Soenke Ziesche
Dr. Soenke Ziesche describes how to use semantic wikis to provide a kind of queryable database of documents to support disaster response and humanitarian efforts at the United Nations. [Dec. 13, 2006]

Music and Metadata By Chris Mitchell
Chris Mitchell offers an interesting take on music and the Semantic Web, using metadata to find a club with the right style of music. [Nov. 22, 2006]

Introducing OpenLaszlo By Sreekumar Parameswaran Pillai
This week, Sreekumar Pillai begins a two-part series on OpenLaszlo, a zero-install platform for rich web applications. In this first part, Pillai introduces the OpenLaszlo Hello World app. [Oct. 11, 2006]

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Introducing WSGI: Python's Secret Web Weapon, Part Two By James Gardner
In Part Two, James Gardner completes his introduction of WSGI, the new Python standard for building reusable web-framework components. [Oct. 4, 2006]

Introducing WSGI: Python's Secret Web Weapon By James Gardner
James Gardner introduces WSGI, the new Python standard for building reusable web-framework components, which just may turn out to be Python's secret web weapon. [Sep. 27, 2006]

RSS and AJAX: A Simple News Reader By Paul Sobocinski
Paul Sobocinski combines RSS and AJAX to build a simple, in-browser news reader that you can deploy on any website. [Sep. 13, 2006]

The XSLDataGrid: XSLT Rocks Ajax By Lindsey Simon
Lindsey Simon describes XSLDataGrid, an approach to dynamic display of tabular data using XSLT and Ajax. [Aug. 23, 2006]

What Is RDF By Joshua Tauberer
Joshua Tauberer updates the classic XML.com article "What Is RDF" by rewriting it from scratch. Tauberer claims that RDF is more relevant than ever in the world of Web 2.0. [Jul. 26, 2006]

Google Web Toolkit By Bruce Perry
Bruce Perry's latest piece introduces GWT, the Google Web Toolkit, which is a kind of Java to Ajax compiler. It's a very interesting new development in the world of very interactive web apps. [Jul. 12, 2006]

Flash to the Rescue By Jason Levitt
Using Flash, Jason Levitt shows another variation of a workaround to the limitations of XMLHttpRequest object, the foundation of Ajax. [Jun. 28, 2006]

Scaling Up with XQuery, Part 1 By Bob DuCharme
In Part 1 of this two-part article, Bob DuCharme shows us how to use three popular XQuery implementations to access and query large XML document collections, which is, as he says, "where the real fun begins." [Jun. 14, 2006]

Object-oriented JavaScript By Greg Brown
Greg Brown explains how to use basic object-oriented techniques to build more robust AJAX applications. [Jun. 7, 2006]

ExplorerCanvas: Interactive Web Apps By Dave Hoover
Dave Hoover returns with an update about canvas-powered web apps, adding interactivity to the method he described in his Supertrain article. [May. 10, 2006]

An AJAX Caching Strategy By Bruce Perry
Bruce Perry returns with another AJAX hack; this time he shows us how to use HTTP caching to support an AJAX-enabled web client.  [May. 3, 2006]

Putting REST on Rails By Dan Kubb
Rails is as hot as any web technology, and REST is heating up again. Dan Kubb demonstrates his Rails plugin for building RESTful web apps and services. [Apr. 19, 2006]

Query Census Data with RDF By Joshua Tauberer
In his second Hacking Congress column, Joshua Tauberer shows us how to query open data from the U.S. Census Bureau using RDF and Python's RDFLib. [Apr. 12, 2006]

Prototype: Easing AJAX's Pain By Bruce Perry
Bruce Perry introduces us to Prototype, a JavaScript library that makes AJAX development faster and easier. [Apr. 5, 2006]

The Emerging Art of Agile Publishing By Michael Fitzgerald
Michael Fitzgerald returns us to a core XML mission: publishing. The technical questions are mostly well rehearsed, but what about the process questions? Is your publishing process as agile as it could be? Michael gives us some insights into agile publishing. [Mar. 8, 2006]

Seattle Movie Finder: An AJAX- and REST-Powered Virtual Earth Mashup By Dare Obasanjo
Dare Obasanjo shows us how to use Microsoft's Virtual Earth service in an AJAX-powered mashup that locates movies and theaters in Seattle. [Mar. 1, 2006]

GovTrack.us, Public Data, and the Semantic Web By Joshua Tauberer
Joshua Tauberer takes over XML.com's Hacking Congress column to explain how he's using RDF and the Semantic Web to build a site that organizes U.S. federal government data. [Feb. 8, 2006]

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