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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 weblogs.asp.net, 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.

    Sonu

  • 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.

    Sonu

  • 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.

    Sonu