Presenting XML - XML - Authoring Tools

  • Name
Presenting XML
  • Version
0.7.5
  • Author
Presenting XML
  • Cost
Free
  • Operating System
Unix, Windows (JAVA)
  • Category
XML / Authoring Tools
  • HomePage Address
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  • No. of hits
116

     Presenting XML is an open source framework for applications which aims to achieve a complete separation of content from presentation. It is a Java web application framework. It supports various kinds of content including XML files, flat files, SQL database queries and custom dynamic content. It applys a chain of XSLT transformations and SAX filters in a pipeline. It supports different kind of media example browsers, handhelds etc with different markup languages like HTML, WML etc

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