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XForms Titan Interview with Alessandro Vernet (of Orbeon fame)

From: Gerald Bauer <luxorxul@yahoo.ca>
Date: Mon, 7 Mar 2005 21:10:43 -0500 (EST)
Message-ID: <20050308021043.59510.qmail@web54605.mail.yahoo.com>
To: www-forms@w3.org


  allow me to highlight the lastest interview in the
XForms Titan Interview series with Orbeon project lead
and CTO Alessandro Vernet.

  Questions include:

  * How did you get started on W3C's XForms?

  * Can you tell us some challenges you faced building
 a server-side XForms implementation?

  * Can you tell us how you handle the mapping from
 XForms to classic HTML forms? Do you use lots of
 JavaScript to minimize server-roundtrips? Do you use
 any browser-specific extensions to stretch what you
 can do with "classic" HTML?

  * Can you tell us if it's possible to use your
 engine as a "stand-alone" Java library?  What are the
 dependencies for your XForms engine? Do you have a
 separate distribution? Do you think it's possible or
 wise to use your server-side XForms engine as a
 foundation for a client-side XForms implementation?

  * Can you tell us how the Orbeon PresentationServer
compares to Cocoon and how XForms fits into an XML
pipeline architecture?  

   and many more

   Full interview online @

   - Gerald

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