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From d...@cocoon.apache.org
Subject [Cocoon Wiki] Updated: XFormsInCocoon
Date Thu, 24 Feb 2005 01:06:43 GMT
   Date: 2005-02-23T17:06:43
   Editor: JoernTurner
   Wiki: Cocoon Wiki
   Page: XFormsInCocoon
   URL: http://wiki.apache.org/cocoon/XFormsInCocoon

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  * (Side note: The Web Service Proxy in Cocoon 2.1 depends on XMLForms, but the samples for
the proxy in 2.1.5.1 did not work for me. I don't know if that is because XMLForms was removed,
or what. If this sample is no longer expected to work, it should probably be marked as such.
Too bad; it sounds like a useful thing.)
 
- * [http://chiba.sourceforge.net/ Chiba] is a servlet webapp (i.e. like a sibling of Cocoon
rather than its child) that implements XForms. I'm not sure how easy it would be to use Chiba
from within Cocoon. There is a project called Chicoon whose purpose is to integrate Chiba
into Cocoon. The latest available release, 0.1, is not compatible with recent versions of
Chiba or Cocoon, but the author says "I have been working on Chicoon and posted revised source
code to the Chiba CVS repository recently, so it is hardly dormant.  More to come in the way
of revised code and docs very shortly." If another release has occurred since 0.1, please
correct this wiki page. In the last release there was little documentation on how to use chicoon.
+ * [http://chiba.sourceforge.net/ Chiba] is a servlet webapp (i.e. like a sibling of Cocoon
rather than its child) that implements XForms. There is a project called Chicoon whose purpose
is to integrate Chiba into Cocoon. The latest release is 0.9.9 which has been updated to the
respective Chiba version. There's also an online demo which is available via the Chiba homepage.
Chicoon comes wrapped inside a Cocoon Action and is therefore available in any pipeline although
most of the time a single, generic pipeline will do. Use of Chicoon should be very straightforward
after studying the samples coming with the distribution. No flowscript, no multiple files,
no nothing.
 
  * [http://xforms.zeninteractif.com/xhtml/index.html xslt2xforms] 'is a cross browser "W3C
Xforms" processor. This xsl stylesheet add the W3C Xforms support in your web project using
Xhtml, Javascript and Css.' The latest release at time of this writing is an alpha (0.1),
but a beta (0.7) is expected soon.
 

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