XML Design Patterns
Fabio Arciniegas A.
l-arcini at uniandes.edu.co
Mon Dec 13 04:41:33 GMT 1999
I also wrote something about XML and design patterns (I've been working
on the subject for some months now), it is focused on
structural patterns in applications using XML for their persistence.
I'm preparing an introductory article for some of those patterns for
XML.com, so I hope you can see that soon. In the meantime you can see a
little outdated(april 99) version of some of the ideas at:
Fabio Arciniegas A. fabio at viaduct.com
Viaduct Technologies Inc.
Interests: XML, Wittgestein, and just about everything in between...
> On Sun, 12 Dec 1999, Rick Jelliffe wrote:
> > 1) The first is Ian Graham and Liam Quin's web pages "Introduction to
> > XML Design Patterns" at
> > http://www.groveware.com/xmlbook/patterns.html
> Thanks for mentioning this, Rick.
> > This is just a teaser site: I expect (or at least, I would love to see)
> > a full book or website along those lines.
> I'd like to do more, but I'm too busy writing the xml database book
> right now :| And Ian is busy with his HTML books.
> I'd like to write more about computer typography & xml, too.
> > * There was some opposition to the idea that you could usefully
> > construct DTDs from prefabricated components, rather than by doing
> > extensive document analysis.
> There was opposition to programming languages too, since assembly
> languages are "more efficient". Object Oriented programming
> has introduced "inefficiencies" too, at the hardware level, but
> the extra efficiencies at the software level more than pays for
> the difference.
> I do agree that design patterns can be misused, both in programming
> and elsewhere. You have to do the analysis and then apply the
> I think they are most useful to learn from, not to apply blindly.
> Liam Quin, Barefoot Computing, Toronto; The barefoot wizard
> l i a m at h o l o w e b dot n e t
> Ankh on irc.sorcery.net, http://www.valinor.sorcery.net/~liam/
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