Wish lists for the Holidays

Francis Norton francis at redrice.com
Sun Dec 26 11:56:57 GMT 1999

Nice challenge, Simon.

What I'd like to see by way of results is:

[1] tools to bring real-life HTML into XML, so it can be manipulated via
DOM and SAX.

[2] visual xpath expression editors, so that the expression can be
edited in the context of a document, DTD or schema; and with a good
visual metaphor for clarifying xpath's implicit type conversions.

[3] tools which use xpath expressions for stress-testing and processing
XML- and HTML-based service results.

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