XML

Welcome to the XML Street

XML is a very exciting emerging technology, and Borland is working hard on support for it. You can find out more about XML for Delphi and C++ Builder in this area of the web site, and see links talking about XML and related technology here. You may also want to participate in the borland.public.xml newsgroup.

Articles

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DateTitleAuthorType
15 May 2001 Community TV: Delphi 6 Technical Overview with Chuck Jazdzewski
Anders O gets the architectural overview from Chuck Jaz on Delphi 6. Now with MP3 audio
John Kaster Video
1 May 2001 Borland aims to make Web Services a 'Snap'
Peter Coffee of eWeek published an article on upcoming Web Services support in Delphi 6
Anders Ohlsson Article
20 Apr 2001 XML/XSL Demo
The demo allows you to load XML file, recognize the reference to XSL (or load a new XSL file), perform transformation of the XML text to a HTML text and save the result in the file.
Alexander Seliutin Contributed Article
21 Mar 2001 Using XML and XSLT with Delphi 5 and WebBroker
<p>This article is aimed at Delphi developers who wish to make use of XML/XSLT in their WebBroker applications. I'll present some WebBroker extensions/components which make it easier to create XSLT based WebBroker applications. </p>
Vincent Parrett Contributed Article
12 Feb 2001 How to deploy XML successfully
Gartner Group guidelines for XML in the enterprise.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
24 Jan 2001 Excellent web site for XML information
This web site contains tons of links for information, tips, tutorials, and software for XML for a variety of languages and platforms
John Kaster Article
21 Dec 2000 chami.com is an excellent resource for web programming
Just the tips alone make this site worth a visit, but the free utilities (both web based and GUI based) make this site a must-visit place if you're doing anything with markup languages
John Kaster Article
31 Oct 2000 Delphi Informant: XSL Transformations
Keith Wood introduces the XSLT language, its syntax, and semantics, then shares an example program that combines an XML document and XSL stylesheet to produce HTML
John Kaster Article
22 Sep 2000 ZDNet: Get out your hype-o-meter
XML slices. It dices. It cuts through standards confusion with a single swish.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
28 Aug 2000 Linux Journal: Doc Searls on the next big bang
The explosive combination of embedded Linux, XML, and instant messaging.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
21 Jul 2000 Many links to information and resources for XML
This is a compiled (currently uncategorized) list of XML-related links John K has gathered
John Kaster Article
27 Jun 2000 ZDNet: XML moves to the mainstream
XML has become a must-have feature for content-processing applications.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
26 Jun 2000 IBM developerWorks: Globalizing e-commerce
Open standards like XML and Unicode are promoting truly global software.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
22 Jun 2000 The State of XML
Abstract of a Keynote presentation from XML Europe 2000 on the state of XML
John Kaster Article
21 Jun 2000 VNUNet: SOAP could slip up on security
Protocol can bypass firewall defenses, experts say.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
14 Jun 2000 eWeek: IBM, Rational to propose e-business spec
XMI extensions to support interapplication communications to be submitted to OMG.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
13 Jun 2000 Extending InternetExpress with Custom Components
Nick Hodges explains how to enhance InternetExpress, complete with source code. This is an excerpt from his BorCon 2000 presentation
John Kaster Article
8 Jun 2000 CNet: Sun changes tune in support of SOAP
After dismissing Microsoft technology as "pure hype," Sun has now reversed its stance.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
10 May 2000 VARBusiness: Intel gives XML a higher IQ
Smart networking products are Internet building blocks.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
30 Apr 2000 Custom Internet Express Components
Bob Swart describes how to create custom Web components for InternetExpress in his Dr. Bob's Examines column
John Kaster Article

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