XML community outreach

Jason R. Cupp jcupp at essc.psu.edu
Thu Oct 8 16:49:56 BST 1998

I've been transforming FGDC (Federal Geographic Data Committee) XML
metadata for a while now using a parser I've written in PERL that knowns
about simple linking and the proposal-draft of XSL. Try
then click a result to see the result of the transformation. We have
over 2000 XML documents working together with simple linking and DTDs
that save us from redundancy and the hassle of changing all of those
documents when, for example, the name of a server would change. Because
our documents are large, everytime a document is requested and 'styled'
-- it is copied to a cache for quicker retrieval later... fun!

Jason R. Cupp (jcupp at essc.psu.edu)	
Geographic Information Systems Programmer
The Pennsylvania State University

terje at in-progress.com wrote:
> Plus <http://interaction.in-progress.com> and <http://www.in-progress.com>,
> not to mention an unknown number of Mac based websites that to various
> extent make use of Interaction's dynamic XML-to-HTML processing
> capabilities.

Simon St.Laurent wrote:
> I know of two Web sites that are up and running using XML transformations
> to HTML: (Please let me know if I'm wrong, folks!)
> http://www.xmlinfo.com/ (plus sister sites xmlsoftware.com and schema.net)
> and http://www.ncfocus.com/

Terje <Terje at in-progress.com> | Media Design in*Progress wrote:
>    Software for Mac Web Professionals at <http://www.in-progress.com>
>    C a s c a d e... a comprehensive Cascading Style Sheets editor
>    XPublish - for efficient website publishing with XML
>    Make your Web Site a Social Place with Interaction!

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