From Wiki to XML, through SGML
XML made SGML obsolete, right? Not quite! Rick Jelliffe uses SGML to translate
wiki text into XML.
The introduction of the Euro currency in Europe has brought about changes in
commonly used character sets. Rick Jelliffe discusses the impact on XML
Mix and Match Markup: XHTML Modularization
The latest development from the W3C on HTML is the XHTML Modularization
specification, allowing the tailoring of XHTML to suit different applications or devices.
This article discusses the motivation and techniques behind modularization.
The W3C XML Schema Specification in Context
This article compares the W3C XML Schema Definition Language with XML document
instances and DTDs, SGML DTDs, Perl regular expressions, and alternative schema technologies
such as RELAX and Schematron.
W3C XML Schema Datatypes Reference
A brief primer on the essential aspects of the W3C XML Schema Datatypes,
including a diagrammatic reference to the XML Schemas Datatypes specification.
The Beginning of the Endgame
The W3C's XML Schemas technology, vital to the use of XML in e-business, is
finally nearing completion. This article catalogs the most significant changes from
recent draft specs,and highlights areas where priority feedback is required from
implementors and users.
Goldilocks and SML
"Simplicity is as excellent as motherhood", says Rick Jelliffe. He isn't as sure,
however, about the initiative to produce a Simplified Markup Language (SML).