XML Frameworks


XML by itself is great, but better still is the assembly of XML tags into larger data structures, paired with a delivery mechanism to create larger solutions. The concept of an XML framework is an application of XML technology to solve a particular problem or set of problems. Generally these problems are more complex and larger than those addressed by some of the technologies described in the XML Component Architecture chapter of this book. Although defining one’s own language is something that is well within the reach of XML’s users, frameworks do not stop there, but go on to build a higher-level system that incorporates XML as a data interchange and specification language. The frameworks that are discussed in ...

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