- A couple of weeks ago, Elliot Rusty Harold asked why don’t we embed XML vocabularies in XHTML instead of using microformats. He gave the example of his conference calendar. The events are in a custom XML format embedded in XHTML, and uses an XSLT processing instruction to convert it all to XHTML for display in post-IE5 web browsers.
- I was wondering why I don’t see more examples of that technique in the wild, when Les Orchard discovered that Blizzard rewrites the World of Warcraft front page on the fly using an XSLT processing instruction. Ahah! An XSLT app seen by millions of users.
- Todd Ditchendorf
is working onreleased a Cocoa XSLT processor ‘palate’ that works with XML in your favorite Mac text editor.
- Scott Reynen found an XSLT transform that converts XML into JSON. That’d be a useful proxy for REST-style services where you need to import XML across domains.
- In response to my grumbling about the lack of Atom 1.0 support (without patches) in WordPress, Tantek Ã‡elik reminded me that hAtom is an alternative, and Chris Casciano’s experimenting with it.
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