RE: [Ann] Next generation XSL-XHTML tools from ALT Mobile
I think this kind of message is appropriate for this list. It is (1) prefixed as a killable announcement [ANN] (2) brief (3) doesn't contain a lot of rah-rah-rah-cis-boom-bah (marketingese). I hope these kinds of messages are welcome here. Mike -----Original Message----- From: Zaid Al-Timimi [mailto:zaid@a...] Sent: Monday, September 30, 2002 7:32 AM To: xml-dev@l... Subject: [Ann] Next generation XSL-XHTML tools from ALT Mobile ALT Mobile (http://www.altMobile.com) is pleased to release a new XSL-XHTML product family based on our leading WAP developer tools. Our Mobile Internet Studio provides a fundamentally different approach to building XSL-based sites and apps resulting in rapid construction and testing. These innovations include: 1. Use of an object-oriented GUI based on the XML DOM rather than a text editor-oriented UI. This enables A. Extremely rapid construction _and_ visualization without the mental/physical context switch inherent in text editors such as Metal, Spy etc. B. Clean separation of document output from source input C. Semantic undo based on DOM manipulation rather than keystrokes D. Transactional editor capabilities with point-in-time recovery or semantic action recovery E. Easy node selection enabling node import, serialization, cloning, delete, add, spell check, XPath generation, etc F. Site visualization and graphical document printing G. Link traversal without the mental/physical context switch inherent in text editors such as Metal, Spy etc as well as page and site editors 2. Construction of dynamic XSL sites and apps A. Visually import live HTML content by selecting desired HTML content from a standard web browser B. Visually import XML content C. Providing XSL API via XSL extension mechanism to access our HTML transformation technology D. Providing XSL API via XSL extension mechanism to access XML content E. Providing XSL API via XSL extension mechanism to access SQL content 3. Code generation A. XSL B. .NET System.Xml DOM source for C#, J#, VB.NET C. org.w3c.dom DOM source for Java language D. Java Servlet generation for both DOM and XSL documents/sites 4. Concurrent testing A. All editors, including both DOM and text editors, may be associated with a light-weight HTTP server enabling multi-user testing _as_ the document is constructed ensuring multi-browser compliance earlier in the process B. Document validation through normal XML parser technology 5. Multi-browser support A. Internal XHTML browser with full CSS B. Native browser support enabling Navigator, Explorer, etc We are found on the web at http://www.altMobile.com
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