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RE: FormFaces New XForms Processor

From: Sikora, Gary <gjsikora@progeny.net>
Date: Wed, 23 Mar 2005 16:43:20 -0500
Message-ID: <D87E99FF33158340920A02117B96F5A44E4624@es3.progeny.net>
To: <sano@strings.net>
Cc: <www-forms@w3.org>

At launch we will be compliant with all major features in XForms 1.0
except for XML Schema validation. Validation is a large but
straightforward item to implement and is relatively independent from all
other modules, so it is last dish on our plate.

We currently have all of the model/binding infrastructure implemented, a
full XPath implementation, and are putting the finishing touches in the
actions, events, and repeat frameworks. With these frameworks in place,
we will be working on implementing all of the individual events and
actions before the launch.

We will also have the submission module ready, but at first may only
implement the most common submission methods (like "get" and "post").

All that's left is schema validation, and we feel we can work on that
after the initial release. Having bindings, controls, repeats, actions,
and events all working at launch ought to make our first release quite
featureful and capable.

Very respectfully,
Gary Sikora
FormFaces Project Manager

-----Original Message-----
From: sano@strings.net [mailto:sano@strings.net] 
Sent: Wednesday, March 23, 2005 3:55 PM
To: Sikora, Gary
Cc: <www-forms@w3.org>
Subject: Re: FormFaces New XForms Processor

Gary, what level of compliance with the Xforms spec version 1.0 do you 
expect at launch?

On Mar 23, 2005, at 1:46 PM, Sikora, Gary wrote:

>
> XForms Team,
>
> The next FormFaces variant is a pure JavaScript solution. This means
> that XForms+HTML can be sent directly to the browser where JavaScript
> transcodes the XForms controls to HTML form controls and processes the
> bindings. This is extremely simple to use, just insert the following 
> tag
> into your XForms+HTML document:
>
> <script type="javascript" src="xforms.js"></script>
>
> The FormFaces JavaScript is compatible with any Browser that
implements
> ECMAScript and DOM Level 2 which includes Internet Explorer, Mozilla,
> Opera, Konquerer, Safari and others, and does not require any
> server-side processing. To this end, the new FormFaces framework 
> enables
> XForms applications independent of server-side technologies and
browser
> plug-ins.
>
> This new FormFaces variant will be available via the www.formfaces.com
> website April 2005, and will be licensed under both a GPL and 
> commercial
> license similar to the MySQL license model.
>
> For an alpha version prior to this release, please contact
> sales@formfaces.com.
>
> Very respectfully,
> Gary Sikora
> FormFaces Project Manager
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: www-forms-request@w3.org [mailto:www-forms-request@w3.org] On
> Behalf Of Kianoush Eshaghi
> Sent: Wednesday, March 23, 2005 12:09 PM
> To: www-forms@w3.org
> Subject: xForm Processor
>
> Hello everyone!
>
> I have already read a lot of  things about xForm technology, and I got
> the knowledge about the theoretical backgraound of this. But I want to
> apply xForm technology to practice.
>
> The reason of my using xForm is that some HTML site should be created
> and when an user fill in the form and submit it, than some xForm
> Processor should create any neutral XML data, which can sent to some
> application (e.g. XML Web Service). First requirement is that 
> respective
> User Interface should be created in HTML because Plug-in for web 
> browser
> will be avoided so that each web browser will be able to show 
> respective
> forms.
>
> I need for my project some appropriate tool, which meets my
> requirements. Is there some tool for this work? I appreciate any tips
> and pointers.
>
> freundliche Gruesse / best regards
> Dipl.-Ing. Kianoush Eshaghi     T +43 1 74040-652
> METADAT - The Architect for Knowledge Networks
>
Received on Wednesday, 23 March 2005 21:43:51 GMT

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