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As the Internet continues to evolve, Semantic Web technologies are beginning to emerge, but widespread adoption is likely to still be two to three years out.
Not surprisingly, adoption of XSLT has remained very limited among traditional developers.
With the stabilizing of the AJAX space, and the resources of a company like Google behind it, XML as a binding language has a great deal to offer.
The <audio> and <video> tags were among the first features to be added to the HTML 5 specification. Find out how these elements enable the browser to work with both types of media in an easy-to-use manner.
One of the new features in the CSS specification lets web developers embed third-party fonts that users can use directly in a web page. Learn how to use this useful feature.
XForms 1.1 improves on version 1.0 in areas where the initial specification was either ambiguous or was becoming outdated in the face of evolving web technologies. Get a rundown of some of the notable new features.
One of the major initial goals of the HTML 5 effort was to update the core HTML form elements to reflect more contemporary thinking. Find out how well the HTML 5 specification has fulfilled that goal so far.
HTML 5 is a broad specification with dozens of distinct changes from HTML 4. Get a comprehensive breakdown of the HTML 5 layout elements.
Twitter is ideal for performing all kinds of useful programmatic projects. See how to create a RESTful data application around an XML database, and you will learn how to make the Twitter API work with virtual collections.
Developing add-ons for Firefox can be tedious, but it's not hard.
The XQuery language is the XML analogue of SQL, designed to augment XPath 2.0 by working with sets of values, not just with single scalar values.
XProc, the XML Pipeline Language, is designed as a way of describing a set of declarative processes. Learn how XProc neatly solves a number of problems that tend to transcend working with any one single XML operational language.
A declarative schema works well with XML data streams in a distributed context, where validation should be more functional and use a processing model that evolves beyond a single, static document for XML content.
Learn the natural progression of classification systems and their associated taxonomies to help users find information and manage resources.