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Introducing E4X By Kurt Cagle
Kurt Cagle introduces us to E4X, an XML library for JavaScript, and argues that XML and JSON are both indispensable parts of the web app developer's toolkit. [Nov. 30, 2007]

Data Sources as Web Services By Kyle Gabhart
Kyle Gabhart describes WS02's Data Services, a new feature in WS02 that allows for rapid creation of web services wrapping relational, Excel, CSV, and JNDI data sources quickly and easily. [Oct. 25, 2007]

XForms Thick Clients By Jack Cox
Jack Cox explains an approach to building XForms client applications that work in a disconnected environment. [Oct. 19, 2007]

jQuery and XML By Uche Ogbuji
Uche Ogbuji returns with a new Agile Web column to explain how to use jQuery to process XML in JavaScript web applications. [Oct. 15, 2007]

Parsing Microformats By Brian Suda
Brian Suda explains how to handle hCard, the vCard microformat embedded in HTML. [Sep. 4, 2007]

XForms, XML Schema, and ROX By Kurt Cagle
Kurt Cagle describes ROX Server, a RESTful system for building XForms from an XML Schema and some other bits. [Aug. 17, 2007]

XQuery, libferris, and Virtual Filesystems By Ben Martin
Ben Martin returns with another look at his fascinating system, libferris, which turns everything into a filesystem, that is, a hierarchical data store. This time Ben shows us how to use XQuery with libferris as a kind of universal data access language. Good stuff! [Jul. 27, 2007]

XQuery and Data Abstraction By Kurt Cagle
In his most recent column Kurt Cagle explains the utility of XQuery for increased data abstraction and why XQuery is XPath plus some useful missing bits. [Jul. 12, 2007]

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XQuery and Data TEST By Kurt Cagle
In his most recent column Kurt Cagle explains the utility of XQuery for increased data abstraction and why XQuery is XPath plus some useful missing bits. [Jul. 12, 2007]

XQuery, the Server Language By Kurt Cagle
Kurt Cagle offers an interesting perspective on the future utility of XQuery as a server-side development language. [Jun. 6, 2007]

XML Parser Benchmarks: Part 2 By Matthias Farwick, Michael Hafner
In the golden days, XML parser performance was a perpetually hot topic. And today it's still worth knowing which modern parsers offer the best performance. In this second of a two-part series, object parsers are compared. [May. 16, 2007]

XML Parser Benchmarks: Part 1 By Matthias Farwick, Michael Hafner
In the golden days, XML parser performance was a perpetually hot topic. And today it's still worth knowing which modern parsers offer the best performance. In this first of a two-part series, event-based parsers are compared; in the next part, object parsers are compared. [May. 10, 2007]

XInclude Processing in XSLT By Erik Wilde
Continuing our mini-series on XSLT 2.0, Erik Wilde describes XIPr, an XInclude Processor implemented as a single XSLT 2.0 stylesheet, for using in document inclusion processing tasks. [Mar. 28, 2007]

The Future of XSLT 2.0 By Kurt Cagle
Kurt Cagle provides some compelling arguments for the importance of XSLT 2.0 in XML applications as we move forward. [Mar. 21, 2007]

What Does XML Smell Like? By Michael Day
Michael Day presents some heuristics for sniffing out the difference between arbitrary XML and HTML documents on the Web. [Feb. 28, 2007]

OAXAL: Open Architecture for XML Authoring and Localization By Andrzej Zydron
Andrzej Zydron presents OAXAL, a proposal for layering a publishing and translation framework over DITA and xml:tm. [Feb. 21, 2007]

What's New in Prototype 1.5? By Scott Raymond
Scott Raymond, author of Ajax on Rails, gives us a comprehensive look at what's new in one of the fundamental Javascript libraries, Prototype. [Jan. 24, 2007]

Making XML in a Rails App By Deepak Vohra
Deepak Vohra shows us how to generate XML in a database-backed Rails app using XML Builder. [Jan. 17, 2007]

The XQuery Chimera Takes Center Stage By Simon St. Laurent
Welcome to 2007! This week Simon St.Laurent gives us an interesting report from the XML 2006 conference. [Jan. 3, 2007]

XQuery, XSLT, and OmniMark: Mixed Content Processing By Alexander Boldakov, Maxim Grinev, Kirill Lisovsky
This week we have an interesting article about a core XML issue, namely, processing mixed content, using a set of tools: XQuery, XSLT, and OmniMark. [Dec. 6, 2006]

Migrating to XForms By Paul Sobocinski
Paul Sobocinski explains how to start using XForms now by showing PHP code that will convert from XHTML to XForms and back to XHTML. [Nov. 1, 2006]

Developing an OpenLaszlo App By Sreekumar Parameswaran Pillai
In this week's article, Sreekumar Pillai returns with a more detailed description of using OpenLaszlo to actually build a real application. [Oct. 18, 2006]

Solr: Indexing XML with Lucene and REST By Bertrand Delacretaz
Solr uses the Lucene text indexer and a REST HTTP interface to index XML and other text collections quickly and efficiently. [Aug. 9, 2006]

Using XSLT to Fix Swing By Dave Horlick
Dave Horlick shows us how to use XSLT to fix HTML rendering bugs in Swing user interfaces. [Aug. 2, 2006]

Scaling Up with XQuery, Part 2 By Bob DuCharme
In Part 2 of this article, Bob DuCharme covers the eXist and Berkeley DB XML implementations of XQuery, showing us how to use them to query a large XML data collection. [Jun. 21, 2006]

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