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THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. XSLT Reference. XML Copy Editor. Microformats: More Meaning from Your Markup [HTML & XHTML Tu. You’ve probably heard the term "microformat" and assumed it to be part of some Web 2.0 flash-in-the-pan movement.

Microformats: More Meaning from Your Markup [HTML & XHTML Tu

But "microformat" is not just a fancy name or trademark — it’s part of a much bigger picture. So, what are microformats? "Designed for humans first and machines second, microformats are a set of simple, open data formats built upon existing and widely adopted standards. " Through the use of these widely adopted standards, publishers can encode additional semantics into the HTML markup of web pages. This gives the pages meaning above and beyond the face value of the HTML elements, allowing them to be consumed, remixed, and mashed up. Microformats are all about representing semantic information encoded within a web page, allowing that information to be leveraged in ways that were possibly never conceived by the original publisher. Two of the most common forms of data being published using microformats are those relating to people and events, and I’ll cover both in this article.

Microformats: What They Are and How To Use Them. Advertisement Web 2.0 has its positive and its negative sides.

Microformats: What They Are and How To Use Them

Apart from tremendous technological improvements, provided by Ajax, semantically organized content and the growing popularity of RSS-Feeds, the term “Web 2.0″ still hadn’t managed to assert itself as the renewed Web rather than a new revolutionary technology as it is mistakenly being called. Consequence: many renewed techniques, which somehow seem to be related to the “new” Web, aren’t fully or properly understood. This results in public misunderstandings and keeps both developers and users away from the use (the improvement) of these techniques. One of the new terms on the horizon is Microformats (sometimes abbreviated µF or uF) – formats, which make it possible to create meta-content which can be not only read, but also understood by machines (which was the basic idea of Semantic Web1, which is not Web 2.0).

Things you should know about Microformats Existing Microformats. List of Microsoft XML Parser (MSXML) versions. This article lists the version numbers of Microsoft XML Core Services or the Microsoft XML parser (MSXML).

List of Microsoft XML Parser (MSXML) versions

Different versions of MSXML are included with various Microsoft products, such as Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Microsoft Office, and Microsoft SQL Server. MSXML is also updated when you install software updates for various Microsoft products. Microsoft provides several different XML parsers. The MSXML parser is included in the Msxml.dll file, the Msxml2.dll file, the Msxml3.dll file, the Msxml4.dll file, the Msxml5.dll file, the Msxml6.dll file, and one or more resource files. Notice that Windows HTTP Services (Winhttp*.dll) is also included with some versions of MSXML. XUL-Enhanced Web Apps.

February 06, 2007 This article presents a little-known use of XUL (Mozilla's user-interface language) and shows how to take advantage of its superior performance and accessibility over HTML while maintaining cross-browser compatibility.

XUL-Enhanced Web Apps

I will illustrate this using a proof-of-concept JavaScript library that can render UI widgets using either XUL or DHTML. If possible, you will want to open this page in Firefox. The side-by-side examples below will not make much sense otherwise. Side-by-Side Tabbed Panel Example On the left we have a (very) basic DHTML implementation of tabbed panels.

What is XUL? From The Joy of XUL: XUL (pronounced "zool") is Mozilla's XML-based user interface language that lets you build feature-rich cross-platform applications that can run connected to or disconnected from the Internet. The user interfaces of Firefox, Thunderbird, and other Mozilla applications are written in XUL. The rendering engine for XUL is called Gecko. You can run XUL-based applications in Firefox. Useful links for web developer by Sonal Patel. Ten Web 2.0 APIs you can really use - LinuxWorld. XML Notepad 2007 Design. MSDN Library Articles and Overviews XML and the .NET Framework An Introduction to the XML Tools in Visual Studio 2005 Building an XPath Visualizer with Windows Forms Troubleshooting Common Problems with the XmlSerializer What's New in System.Xml for Visual Studio 2005 and the .NET Framework 2.0 Release Code Generation in the .NET Framework Using XML Schema Combining XML Documents with XInclude Efficient Techniques for Modifying Large XML Files Exchanging XML with SQL Server 2000 and Reporting Services via Web/XML Web Services Inferring Schemas from Well-Formed XML Documents with Whidbey Beta 2 Inline Schemas Resolving the Unknown: Building Custom XmlResolvers in the .NET Framework XmlCsvReader Implementation XML Indexing Part 1: XML IDs, XSLT Keys and IndexingXPathNavigator.

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