XForms: XML Powered Web Forms

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Addison-Wesley, 2004 - Computers - 239 pages
bull; XForms are a combination of two of the most successful experiments ever performed on the Web: XML and HTML forms. bull; Raman, a member of IBM's Almaden Research Center, has years of experience writing and is a member of the XForms Working Group. bull; The strong market trend towards merging XML with forms as a means to manage data entry reinforces the need for this tutorial.

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T. V. Raman is a member of IBM's Almaden Research Center and of the W3C XForms Working Group. He earned his Ph.D. from Cornell University and has filed more than 20 patents during his ten years of work in advanced technology development. His areas of expertise include auditory interfaces, scripting languages, Internet technologies such as Web server applications, and Web standards.


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