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From: Mark Birbeck <mark.birbeck@x-port.net>
Date: Tue, 18 Jan 2005 03:45:30 -0000
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Hello all,
If anyone is interested in an online XForms training session (aimed at
programmers), please see the details below.

Mark Birbeck
x-port.net Ltd.

e: Mark.Birbeck@x-port.net
t: +44 (0) 20 7689 9232
w: http://www.formsPlayer.com/
b: http://internet-apps.blogspot.com/

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To: 'Mark Birbeck (2978) '
Subject: [Reminder] XForms Training: 'XForms for Programmers'



XForms Training

*	XForms for Programmers <>  


 XForms RSS Reader <http://www.formsplayer.com/images/rss-reader.png> 	
Using XForms to Build an RSS Reader	

XForms for Programmers

How to use XForms in your distributed applications

This is just a quick reminder about our online XForms training session this
Thursday. There are still places available if you want to find out how to: 

*	create common user interface widgets -- such as toolbars and grids
-- but without the usual hard to maintain script; 

*	create a powerful form-driven database application with just a few
server files; 

*	use bind statements to create state-driven forms with practically no

*	make use of the many other techniques that you will learn, drawn
from our experience building XForms processors, tools, and internet

For more information or to book a place, please visit out web-site: 
>>More  <http://www.formsPlayer.com/xforms-for-programmers.html> details

Title: XForms for Programmers
Venue: Live webcast using WebEx <http://www.webex.com/>  (telephone access
needed for audio)
Date: January 20th, 2005
Time: 9:30am to 11:30am (Pacific Time)
Presenter: Mark Birbeck



On  <http://www.infoconomy.com/pages/search/group99911.adp> form?
Phil Jones, on Infoconomy
"The role that HTML forms now play in corporate information gathering should
not be underestimated. Despite being a relatively basic technology, they are
at the heart of many online information gathering and transaction processing
applications. However, from the point of view of application developers and
corporate information managers, HTML's simplicity is also a source of
growing frustration." 

Today's  <http://www.idevnews.com/CaseStudies.asp?ID=120> Portals
"Inadequate" for Web Services?
Vance McCarthy, on Integration Development News
A Zapthink report predicts that today's web-based portals will prove "wholly
inadequate" to meet the needs of distributed applications. McCarthy
summarises one of the report's key findings: "The key to effectively
upgrading today's portal technology is to let all this user customization
happen at the front end." 

The  <http://www.devx.com/xml/Article/17714/0/page/1> Secret Life of XForms
By Kurt Cagle, on DevX.com
"... XForms isn't a form description language, it's a language for
describing applications in a platform-independent way. Best of all, it
integrates easily with technologies you already know, such as XHTML, XPath,
SVG, and CSS." 


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