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Posted 20 Jul 2004

Using XForms and formsPlayer to Build A Weather Web Services Client

, 20 Jul 2004
An article demonstrating how web services clients can be built both easily and quickly using XForms, a new, declarative language from the W3C. The forms are illustrated using formsPlayer, an XForms processor plug-in for IE6.

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Mark Birbeck
Web Developer
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Mark Birbeck is CEO of x-port.net Ltd., creators of the XForms tool-kit, formsPlayer.

fP allows both complete applications and custom controls to be built using a new declarative mark-up language from the W3C - XForms.

Mark has over 23 years of software development experience, and has written on XML and RDF.

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