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Subject: Re: XML and Programming
From: Pete Beazley <[log in to unmask]>
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Date:Wed, 27 Oct 1999 19:03:06 -0400
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XML For All, at http://www.xmlforall.com/, offers a free XFA Scripting
System which uses an XML vocabulary for its scripting language. I recently
saw a demo of it and have also tried it out myself - it works quite well.

Pete Beazley - mailto:[log in to unmask]
ClearlyOnline, Inc.
XML-based Web Applications - XML conversion - XML training

>    Maybe so, but the W3C has already done this to some extent
> with XSL(T). I
> haven't had a chance to think through this very well yet, but
> you've got to
> consider the potential to generate code from a metalanguage
> such as XML. Now
> there's platform-independence for you! And the possibilities for
> self-documentation seem equally attractive. Plus, look at how
> many tools are
> out there already to generate Java classes/beans out of XML
> DTDs/Schemas.
>
>    Having said that, I'm not sure how far this could
> realistically be taken.
> But at least I'm clearly not the only lunatic out there :-).
>

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