Xml and X Guide - Resources and Review

An online database of SGML information and software, designed to make SGML resources freely accessible to the public by means of a Web browser. Information is supplied for the entire family of SGML standards, including HyTime, DSSSL, SPDL, XML, and others.
The primary objective of the CLIC consortium is to introduce and set standards for new ways of communicating molecular science, to specialists and to a larger, more diverse audience in education and industry. The intention is to enhance the perception, understanding, availablity and quality of scientific knowledge. Subjects covered within the broad area of chemistry are the development of molecular computers, high temperature superconductors, and advances in biotechnology.
Article from Scientific American outlining the principles and possibilities of XML (Extensible Markup Language), to show how it can help people and companies set up Web sites that take orders from customers, transmit medical records, even run factories and scientific instruments
tasks for which HTML was never designed.
News, reviews, software, guides and tutorials to recent Web developments, including CSS, DHTML and XML, divided into fourteen browsable categories, plus a developers' forum.
Article describing RDF, an application of XML, that enables the encoding, exchange and reuse of structured metadata.
Article from Ariadne magazine providing an illustrated introduction to XML (Extensible Markup Language) which has been designed to address a number of deficiencies in HTML.
Information about Extensible Markup Language, XML, for both introductory and advanced Web developers. Includes an annotated version of the XML 1.0 specification, historical commentary, technical explanations, advice on how to use parts of the specification, examples, toolbox, news and articles.
Document proposing the use of metadata, data about data, to describe information on the Web. Introduces a model and grammar for representing RDF metadata and syntax, using XML, for encoding and transporting metadata, maximising the interoperability of independently developed Web servers and clients.
Details of the proposed XML standard data format for structured document interchange on the Web, intended to supplement HTML.
Collection of full text papers addressing topics such as the Electronic Marketplace, Multimedia and User Interaction, XML, Searching and Discovery, Hypermedia and Video, Electronic Commerce, Security and Applications, and Protocols and Performance.
Provides a list of links to documents, articles and reports pertaining to the Resource Description Framework (RDF), with a special emphasis on those documents produced by the UK Office of Library and Information Networking (UKOLN).
Selection of resources including tools and source code, educational and reference guides, and case studies relating to the XML markup language. Includes a collection of papers on topics such as Creating XML Documents, XML and the Web, and Viewing XML Data.
Article explaining the importance and relevance of XML (eXtensible Markup Language) for Web development. XML is used to define the structure of data, not how it is to be presented. Any type of data, including abstract data concepts, can be given form and structure, as well as the relationship between different components.
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