Tag Archives: xml

Declarative Ajax catching on

Just a quick followup on a previous piece, Ajaxian picked up a couple of declarative Javascript stories today; Declaritive Ajax components and XML namespaces, referencing a great Dave Johnson post. a new ZK Google Maps components, which is used declaratively Any move of the pendulum in this direction is a-ok by me. But to be… Read More »

links for 2006-10-18

XML.com: Introducing WSGI: Python’s Secret Web Weapon, Part Two Hmm, I like the idea of a common substrate for Python Web apps, like Servlets provides for Java. But a *gateway* interface for doing it? Ack. IMO, that layer needs to reflect HTTP to the upper layers properly, as Servlets do. (tags: wsgi python rest http… Read More »

links for 2006-09-20

Luis von Ahn – 2006 MacArthur fellow Congrats to Luis. Totally deserving, IMO. (tags: macarthurfellow luisvonahn) The SVG argument “But the question involves something of a category mistake”. Exactly (regarding RDF vs. XML). (tags: rdf xml)

links for 2006-09-03

XML Pipelining with Chunks for the Information Registry Information Service Pipelining! For XML! With new URI schemes! Sigh. CRISP continues to reinvent the (Web) wheel. (tags: rest ietf crisp xml http transfer pipelining chunking)

links for 2006-08-17

Nelson’s Weblog: Parsing XML can open network sockets “Why are we using a data format where this is possible at all?” Because it was designed from an authoring POV, not a network POV. It should have been designed for both, of course. (tags: xml)

links for 2006-08-10

Ironick: Sam Ruby thinks WOA is excellent “I spend most of my time trying to convince SOA architects that XML formats should be filled primarily with URIs!” (tags: rest soa woa uri) RightWinged.com: Reuters Rocked: More Adnan Hajj Photoshopping & The Reuters Lebanese Mystery Woman Who’s Always Ready For Her Close-Up Ban photoshop! (tags: israel… Read More »

links for 2006-08-09

XML-over-IM humour Those smileys have it just about right, I’d say. (tags: xml im funny) Six Apart – Digging up info on Gopher “but in 1992, it was much more common to follow a gopher:// link”. Erm … Funny how linking is so pervasive that history is getting rewritten 8-) (tags: gopher web uri)

links for 2006-07-30

Steve: Developing on the Edge – No, blame whoever uses WSDL “Me, I blame WSDL and XSD”. Amen. Both of those encourage practices which are actively harmful to integration; WSDL encourages services to have different interfaces, and XSD limits extensibility (unless you really know what you’re doing). (tags: rest webservices soa wsdl xmlschema xsd extensibility)… Read More »

links for 2006-07-25

WSO2 releases AJAX browser extension SOAPHttpRequest?! *groan* (tags: soap webservices ajax xmlhttprequest web rest) Sun’s Brewin toasts Java … and shows a lack of understanding of REST and Web style services. Sounds like they could do with another co-CTO (Tim?) 8-) (tags: rest sunw webservices) Instant Messaging and Trashing Google “I suggest they roll some… Read More »

links for 2006-07-24

Re: No new mime types “RDF categorically *does not solve* this problem. It *mitigates* it, on the belief that we will tend to see less model theories than formats flying around.”. Heh, +1. Of course, I think we will see less model theories. (tags: rdf mediatypes iana xml)