July 2004 - Posts
27 July 2004
7 Keys to Cleaning Up Your XML Code
Crap in, crap out -- it’s an axiom that applies to many aspects of enterprise development, but none more so than building reliable and robust web applications and integration projects with Extensible Markup Language (XML). Since its inception, XML has been seen as the cure-all for every problem...
27 July 2004
Working Drafts: XQuery, XPath and XSLT
The XML Query Working Group and the XSL Working Group have released five updated Working Drafts . XQuery 1.0: An XML Query Language XML Path Language (XPath) 2.0 - Last Call XQuery 1.0 and XPath 2.0 Data Model - Last Call XQuery 1.0 and XPath 2.0 Functions and Operators XSLT 2.0 and XQuery 1.0 Serialization...
26 July 2004
XML Content Management System
I was very interested to create my own XML content management system, unfortunately I do not have the time to create one. However I found a very interesting already existing cms based on XML and in .NET. Its called XMLNuke . Hopefully I will get some time to take a look at it deeper. Sonu
26 July 2004
Did XML Failed on Web?
Mark Pilgram discuss this in his article on XML.com . "There must have been a moment, at the beginning, where we could have said ... no. Somehow we missed it. Well, we'll know better next time.Until then ..." XML on the Web Has Failed Sonu
22 July 2004
Catch Me If You Can
Just for fun I am currently working on a small game. It's not a very interesting game. It’s a winform that displays a button and whenever the user hovers over the button it disappears to another location. The user has to try to push the button, before it moves to another location. The interesting...
20 July 2004
Learned some basics about Test-Driven Development
Marcie taught me today some basics about Test-Driven-Development on IM. Later I took a look at NUnit and now I think it's just great. Later I will post more about my experience. Thanks Marcie :-) Update: Here you can find some resources. Sonu
20 July 2004
Updated some features and cleanup on XMLPitstop
We have finally removed some functions on XMLPitstop which were not necessary at the moment. I have also cleaned up some of the resource categories, so that duplicate or not useful resources were deleted. However there are still some categories which requires a cleanup. Don't worry I am working on that...
16 July 2004
XML how to: How to read xml returned by a WebService in a IE?
This XML how to ( Index ) shows how the user can obtain the XML returned by a WebService which is shown in the browser. How to read xml returned by a WebService in a IE? Sonu
13 July 2004
Few days ago I worked on some winforms and needed some validator controls. I thought that the winforms should have the same validator controls as webforms. However I could not find them. So I used the ErrorProvider control which also does a good job. However it does not come with any regular expressions...
12 July 2004
Full-Text Search Working Drafts Published
Through joint efforts the XML Query and XSL Working Groups have released the First Public Working Draft of XQuery 1.0 and XPath 2.0 Full-Text. The use cases have been updated. The drafts define a language that extends XQuery and XPath to allow full-text searching of XML text and documents. Read more...
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