The best of the west, in the east!
The Perl guys are doing XML too. Welcome!
Check out the new ClassAds site, now running on Betty.
An XML standard for prayers and scriptures?
Michael Richardson, MD, used my slide show website for a presentation he gave last month.
To many Frontier webmasters, the XML and Betty stuff must be confusing. We're digging new holes. Will they be relevant in your world?
Yes. Here's why. Frontier has become a web server. This means that web browsers, for the first time, can reliably talk directly to Frontier. Now we can build UIs for Frontier data in HTML. Improving our DHTML repertoire becomes the next focus. Everyone will see new magic happening on their machines, in a matter of weeks.
Like other frameworks in Frontier, Betty defines a table structure that is passed down an assembly line of scripts that look at it and do things to it.
I wish someone would do something like the ClickWorld website for Frontier.
WebMethods: Web Automation Toolkit. Can a Betty responder be built to connect to WebMethods' protocol?
We want to find Tom Garland, formerly of Silicon Graphics. He left SGI to go to M-Path Interactive. Send email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!
Macrobyte: SiteLiner 1.0b7.
Fortune: AOL Won.
SJ Merc: Packard family gives $175 million to create new public spaces.
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