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Kurt Cagle

Kurt Cagle is an author and developer specializing XML technologies. He's the webmaster for Xforms.org and standards wrangler for CASRAI.org. He lives in Victoria, BC, with his wife and daughters, where he occasionally hears cougars calling out in the night.

Articles by this author:

Introducing E4X
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]

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

XQuery and Data Abstraction
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 and Data TEST
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
Kurt Cagle offers an interesting perspective on the future utility of XQuery as a server-side development language. [Jun. 6, 2007]

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

VB as Device Controller
 [Jul. 12, 2000]

XML and Visual Basic
What happens when one of the most popular programming languages in the world meets XML? This article explains how to use XML with Visual Basic, and the effect XML is having on VB application design.  [Jul. 12, 2000]