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Enhydra XMLC™ Java™ Presentation Development by David H. Young

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A Fortuitous Decision: Going with XML (Eventually)

As an open source technology, Enhydra XMLC has been steered by the subtle yet powerful forces of the open source process. Key contributions and support from the worldwide Enhydra open source community have transformed XMLC into its current role as an elegant, practical template-based mechanism for enabling single applications to negotiate with clients through multiple XML client languages and protocols.

The decision to view markup documents through the eyes of the W3C's Document Object Model proved to be fortuitous for XMLC. When XMLC was first defined by Mark Diekhans of Lutris Technologies in the fall of 1998, XML was anything but the “sure thing” that it is today. In fact, the first version ...

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