amaah + xpath   6

Animating the web: functional styles
I've called this approach "functional styles", because it's basically a functional programming extension to CSS styles. In this approach, any CSS style can be animated by assigning it a function (via the equals sign), rather than a direct value. BUDS!!!
declaration  web  programming  technology  software  analysis  DOM  scripting  CSS  XPath  insight  forms  xforms  standards  style  computation  dependencies  algorithms  systems  Design  Architecture  binding  data  UI  modeling  functional  declarative  comprehension  interface  BUDS 
june 2007 by amaah
Catch Jackrabbit and the Java Content Repository API
introduction to JSR 170 the Java Content Repository (JCR). One wonders when robust implementations will ship
data  database  api  java  jcr  design  persistence  xpath  sql  metadata 
august 2005 by amaah
XForms Patterns: Dynamic URLs and Google Maps
Well first RSS Readers in XForms, then Google Suggest in XForms, now Google Maps in XForms... I bow down to Mark Birbeck... He takes "show me the code" to a different level.
technology  web  programming  BestPractices  design  language  patterns  xforms  xml  xpath  google  ajax  coding  dthml  javascript  advocacy  adoption  standards  forms 
may 2005 by amaah
XForms, three ways
review of a few XForms offerings: DENG, Orbeon and PureEdge
xforms  technology  web  programming  xml  xslt  xpath 
april 2005 by amaah
On XForms, XPath, CSS, Brevity, Syntax And More
I'm suggesting then that the language acquisition cost and what I'm terming the cognitive impedance in the average human being of of having to type true(), and forward slashes for selectors will determine the adoption rates of XForms
technology  web  xforms  forms  xpath  css  language  design  architecture  comprehension  lotus  ibm  notes  standards  adoption  html  xml  toli  xform  syntax  programming 
april 2005 by amaah
CSS, the XForms Dependency Engine, and 'Dynamic Infosets'
Insightful look at the CSS processing model compared to XPath and design abstractions
web  design  technology  css  xpath  xforms  xml  architecture  patterns  forms 
april 2005 by amaah

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