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[ANN] Orbeon PresentationServer is now Orbeon Forms

From: Erik Bruchez <ebruchez@orbeon.com>
Date: Tue, 07 Nov 2006 14:15:39 +0100
Message-ID: <455086FB.6010401@orbeon.com>
To: 'www-forms' <www-forms@w3.org>


We are glad to announce that Orbeon PresentationServer has a new name:
Orbeon Forms. The details are available in this blog post:


For those not familiar with Orbeon Forms, here is what it is about:

   Orbeon Forms is an open source forms solution that handles the
   complexity of forms typical of the enterprise or government. It is
   brought to standard web browsers (including Internet Explorer,
   Firefox, Safari and Opera) thanks to Ajax technology, with no need
   for client-side software or plugins. Orbeon Forms allows you to
   build fully interactive forms with features that include as-you-type
   validation, optional and repeated sections, always up-to-date error
   summaries, PDF output, full internationalization, and controls like
   auto-completion, tabs, dialogs, trees and menus. Orbeon Forms
   already supports parts of the XForms 1.1 specification.

You will find more information on our updated ome page:


With our best regards,

-The Orbeon Team

Orbeon Form - XForms Everywhere:
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