XML parsers hit the big time

Jon Bosak bosak at atlantic-83.Eng.Sun.COM
Fri Mar 14 07:17:54 GMT 1997

Congratulations, XML implementors!  You've just become strategic to a
big industry initiative!

>From Microsoft's press release announcing the Channel Definition Format

   CDF will be easy for Web developers to adopt because it is based
   on XML, which has support among many third parties. XML has public
   domain software written in Java and other languages available now
   that can be used to parse CDF files. The CDF specification
   submission extends XML and Web Collections work that the W3C has
   in progress. These efforts will allow for open, HTML-based Web
   broadcasting based on standards-based technologies that are
   expected to have strong support among W3C members. Microsoft looks
   forward to other leading Web developers joining in support of this
   open standards effort.


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