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Re: XForms Implementations which are actually Working software??

From: joern turner <joern.turner@web.de>
Date: Sat, 01 Feb 2003 00:21:33 +0100
Message-ID: <3E3B04FD.6060202@web.de>
To: AndrewWatt2001@aol.com
Cc: www-forms@w3.org, xforms@yahoogroups.com

Hello,

AndrewWatt2001@aol.com wrote:
> I was wondering if members of the two mailing lists could collectively list 
> all the XForms implementations that are currently functional? ... by which I 
> mean implementations which (more or less, please state which) provide the 
> functionality of the XForms CR (either conforming level is of interest to 
> me).
> 
> I know that the W3C XForms page lists many pieces of software but (at least 
> according to the description on the Web page) some of those appear to be 
> "wish ware" rather than projects which have functioning software currently 
> available.
> 
> Over to the implementors ..... :) ... Which of you have software which is 
> currently functional and publicly available?
Chiba is a working server-side solution implemented as a Java webapp and 
using XSLT for styling/transformation to common HTML (other markups 
possible) for use with today's browsers.

Integrations in other environments such as Cocoon and Maverick are on 
the way. It also features a unique XML Schema to XForms generator which 
can be used as command-line (Ant) tool to build complete XForms 
automatically from XML Schema.

The current status of the implemented features is available from:
http://chiba.sourceforge.net/features.html

Joern Turner

> 
> Alternatively are there XForms implementors out there who would appreciate 
> some more beta testers?
> 
> Andrew Watt
> "XHTML 2.0 - the W3C leading the Web to its full potential ... to implement 
> yesterday's technology tomorrow"
> 
> 

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Joern Turner                 -
Project Admin Chiba Project  -    mailto: joern.turner@web.de
Received on Friday, 31 January 2003 18:27:02 GMT

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