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Re: n00b question in xforms...

From: Micah Dubinko <micah@dubinko.info>
Date: Fri, 01 Apr 2005 20:33:03 -0700
Message-ID: <424E126F.3020305@dubinko.info>
To: Fatal Error <fatalerror@sunnz.net>
CC: www-forms@w3.org

Hi Mr. Fatal Error,

Have a look at http://xformsinstitute.com

At this moment, ordinary XForms documents require a bit extra work to 
run in Firefox or IE, one of

* A browser plugin (like formsPlayer for IE or an XPI under development 
for Firefox/Mozilla)
* A server-side converter (like Orbeon or Chiba)
* A client-side script (like the new FormFaces just announced here)
* Flash (like DENG)

XForms Institute uses the latter, and should "just work" if you have 
Flash installed. Hopefully, it will give you a taste of what XForms is like.


Fatal Error wrote:

> I saw xforms and w3c some days ago, and I would like to try it out, 
> but I just don't really understand it... does it on any any web 
> browsers now? I also tried use it in xhtml (using the name space 
> thing), but nothing seems to work... I use FireFox to test things out 
> most of the time.

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