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From Christofer Dutz <>
Subject Re: XML-Based language for defining web-based user-interfaces
Date Wed, 03 Dec 2003 09:51:10 GMT
The unfortunate thing with google is that it lacks information about if 
the things realy work well. I already spent quite some time googling 
around. I get thousands of aproches ... some ideas which hav been 
dropped and some that never got past the planing phase. I just wanted do 
ask the guys, which might be working with real solutions, about their 
oppinion. Mabe I asked my question a little bad :}

My real question should have been:
Out of the many attempts to create an xml based language for web based 
user interfaces, which would be the ones people realy working with them 
would recomend ?


Thomas Nichols schrieb:

> Chris,
> You're not going to like this :-) .... but have you tried Google? 
> Typing your Subject line "XML-Based language for defining web-based 
> user-interfaces" into Google brought up all the ones I know and 
> several I didn't, including a pretty comprehensive list at OASIS Cover 
> Pages. Truly an awesome tool.
> Regards,
> Thomas.
> At 23:59 02/12/2003 +0100, you wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I am working on a practical university project and its our job to 
>> define a xml-based language for describing web based user interfaces. 
>> One special thing is that it should be possible to have workflowas 
>> included in the definition. For example, if someone selects an option 
>> this has an effect on the other options the user is presented. Our 
>> first assignment was to have a look at what already exists. If there 
>> is something, that provides all functionality, that would be fine, if 
>> there are attempts that only provide part of it, that would be a 
>> great starting point.
>> Does anyone here in this list have some links he can give me?
>> Chris
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