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XForms: XML Powered Web Forms

2 Ratings: 4.0
A book by T. V. Raman

W3C XForms (XML powered web forms) is an overhaul to HTML forms from 1993. On-line forms are critical to electronic commerce on the Internet, and the HTML forms design is now beginning to show its age. The advent of XML on the WWW, and the subsequent … see full wiki

Author: T. V. Raman
Genre: Computers & Internet
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional
2 reviews about XForms: XML Powered Web Forms
review by . June 28, 2010
Those of us that have been programming for decades remember the times when a form for data entry was created by writing the code. It was a slow, tedious and error prone process. Our efficiency dramatically increased when development packages containing the GUI objects became available, in most cases you simply selected the object you wanted and pasted it to the form. Once that was done, you assigned the values of the parameters and if necessary attached the appropriate event handler.    …
review by . November 13, 2005
XForms is one of those technologies that hasn't yet taken off, but could make a substantial impact if it ever does. I got a copy of XForms - XML Powered Web Forms by T. V. Raman in order to understand a bit more about the subject...    Contents:   Part 1 - Welcome to XForms: XML Powered Web Forms; Standard Building Blocks  Part 2 - XForms Components: XForms User Interface Controls; Creating Complex User Interfaces; XForms Model Properties; XForms Functions; …
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