XInclude, designed to make it easier to include part of one XMl document into another, has been a neglected specification for a long time. Now Bob DuCharme gives a good example of how it can be useful with Transclude with XInclude (and XPointer!). It still doesn’t address the security issues, but OK, there you are.
If you’re reading this blog from top to bottom, by now you’ve discovered that I’m doing a little bookmark housekeeping, saving some of my bookmarks for posterity (and future reference). Of course, from my perspective, this is the first of them, so I’ll apologize in advance for me and in retrospect to you for all [...]
I’ve been thrilled with Movable Type, and I love the fact that people can add their own plug-ins. Now I’ve found Developing Movable Type Plug-ins, which looks like a pretty decent tutorial. One of these days I’ll have time to try it out.
Now in the XML Reference Guide over at : DOM and PHP PHP has support for XML built in, but as far as production code, it’s limited to SAX. You can install the DomDocument module, but you do, of course, have to have access to the actual server in order to use it. Fortunately, for [...]
This must be my week for being featured! Domino applications and the Portal API was featured in this week’s IBM Portal News: Lotus Domino is great for storing all sorts of information in one place, and WebSphere Portal is great for gathering information from all sorts of places. But how do you get the two [...]
Now on InformIT in the XML Reference Guide: Java in XSLT: Extension Functions Using XSLT to transform XML into another form has a lot of advantages, not the least of which is flexibility. When you want to change the output, you don’t have to go back to the code, you simply have to change the [...]
I’ve gotten tired of the fact that I can’t get CIHost to update any software on the server without charging me for it, so I sat down and wrote a standalone trackback tool. This is just a first version, and unfortunately, it only works in IE for the moment, but I’d appreciate comments on how [...]
In the InformIT XML Reference Guide: DOM and Perl Perl was originally designed as a lnaguage for sorting through text, so it’s not surprising that it is a good fit for XML. In fact, there are multiple ways to handle XML using Perl, so in this section we’re going to look at manipulating DOM “objects” [...]
Now updated on developerWorks: Integrating applications with Web services using WebSphere Studio V5.1.1: “This tutorial looks at making your application Web-services ready using WebSphere Studio’s tools to wrap an existing application as a Web service, announce it using a UDDI directory, and to discover and use Web services within your applications. It also looks at [...]