Archives / 2004 / September
  • EXSLT.NET 1.1 released

    EXSLT.NET library is community-developed free open-source implementation of the EXSLT extensions to XSLT for the .NET platform. EXSLT.NET fully implements the following EXSLT modules: Dates and Times, Common, Math, Random, Regular Expressions, Sets and Strings. In addition EXSLT.NET library provides proprietary set of useful extension functions.

  • Nice work from Dave Burke

    After Dave moved from, he implemented the DotNetNuke, nGallery and .Text into one working system. I took a quick look at his work and I love it. I am so impressed that I downloaded DotNetNuke and installed it on my local system and it works like a charm. Now I am considering too, to move my blog and to go with my own domain. Once again nice work pal.


  • ASP Objects Reference

    This 75 page ASP Object reference covers all the objects when programming using ASP (Active Server Pages) to create your XHTML output.

    Read the complete reference here.


  • Programmer turns Gmail into blogging tool

    A Mexican programmer has figured out how to turn Google's Gmail service into a blog. Jonathan Hernandez posted a demo of his software, called Gallina, together with the open-source code, on his employer's Web site. On his site, Hernandez said the software uses XML and XSLT -- a language to specify how to transform an XML document of one type to another document type. Anyone wanting to take advantage of Gallina would need to install the application on a server, which would then use Gmail to store the posts.

    Read the complete article here.