Holy Cow! The hits keep comin! Now James Spahr has an XML-RPC library for Shockwave!!! Excuse me while I faint!
If you've been looking at XSL, check out Paul Howson's tutorial for XMLTR, a Frontier suite that provides rendering rules for XML-authored content. This is really important stuff.
The ball keeps rolling! Now there's an XML-RPC server for Java.
frontierStartupCommands.txt is a new easy-to-understand feature coming in Frontier 6. It's important when you're fighting a denial-of-service attack, or an agent script is doing something you don't understand. In these situations you can't use Frontier to edit a startup script until you've stopped the agent from running, or stopped the web server from handling incoming requests.
ContentServer 2.0b8 includes source code and removes limit of ten users.
The Alpha text editor has been very nicely integrated with Frontier.
Apparently, cnn.com doesn't use a content management system. The source for their HTML has comments indicating that they hand-code the stories. We would love to automate the CNN site.
This is going somewhere! A reader sent me a pointer saying that CNN Sweden will be using an environment called Neo Interaktiv, from a developer in Norway.
Here's a case study that might help CNN in Atlanta see how we could make their site more effective and make better use of the time of their development people.
XSA is an XML-based system that allows anyone who is interested to discover new versions of software products as they are released automatically by polling XML documents describing the products. It is mainly intended to help software index maintainers keep their indexes up to date.
EE Times: Apple Draws Fire from Firewire Licensing.
Jakob Nielsen: Print Design vs Web Design.
October 1999: WebNet Worldwide Conference.
Reminder: DocServer for the Future.
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