Steven Pemberton gives us an introduction to XForms with several examples of how useful it is.
Introduction to JATS (Journal Article Tag Suite)Debbie Lapeyre
Deborah A. Lapeyre, one of the developers of JATS and a member of the JATS secretariat, introduces us to the ANSI/NISO standard for the XML interchange of journal articles.
Unique particle attribution in XML SchemaMukul Gandhi
This article discusses the XML Schema "Unique Particle Attribution" constraint.
Co-occurrence constraints and Conditional Type Assignment, with XML Schema 1.1Mukul Gandhi
This article discusses two useful features of XML Schema 1.1: "Co-occurrence constraints", and "Conditional Type Assignment".
Observations on equational content in XML workflowsPeter Krautzberger
Peter Krautzberger discusses strategies for representing mathematical equations in XML and on the web.
What is NISO STS?B. Tommie Usdin
B. Tommie Usdin, one of the developers of NISO STS, introduces us to the new standard for the XML interchange of standards
The use of OASIS genericode for arbitrary sparsely-populated tables in XMLG. Ken Holman
OASIS Genericode is a standard developed for interchanging code lists in XML. Here, Ken Holman discusses an unanticipated but useful application of Genericode to tables that are not entirely full of content and not in any way related to code lists.
Horses for courses: A perspective on an XML vs. JSON discussionG. Ken Holman
Although it's tempting to use the same technology wherever possible, it does not always lead to the best results. Ken Holman discusses some differences between XML and JSON and when to use each, prompted by a discussion on the XML-dev mailing list.
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