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Can Markup Unite?

By Simon St. Laurent
August 8, 2013

A few years ago, I stopped talking about XML and starting talking about markup. After a few too many conversations with developers who had found XHTML, web services, and various other things that had proudly branded themselves with the “X,” …

JXT - Javascript XHTML Tags

By Davide Zanotti
October 9, 2009

First of all, I would like to thanks Rich Tretola and O'REILLY, for the possibility to write on this blog and talking about my project (http://www.jxtproject.com), I'm very thankful for that! ...and I'm quite embarrassed, because this is my...

Collaborative Publishing: One Brand New Title, One Success

By Keith Fahlgren
September 29, 2009

Another site focused on collaborative publishing, Building iPhone Apps with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, launches while we look back on the first attempt to improve manuscripts by engaging the community in an open and collaborative dialog with the authors, Programming Scala.

Do we need lazy loading XML parsers to make XHTML scalable?

By Rick Jelliffe
September 10, 2009

W3C does not want to cop having to serve dumb XHTML requests.for DTDs and schemas. A different DOCTYPE and a lazy loading parser policy would help. But I think all the ISO/MathML special character public entity sets should be built into XML.


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