DL304 Delphi 3.0 introduced the Web Broker technology, a set of components and classes that make building powerful ISAPI, NSAPI, and CGI web extensions applications with the ease of Delphi's rapid application development paradigm. You can quickly build and debug web extensions that access a wide array of Delphi's capabilities including graphics, database access, and any other data that is recognizable to a client's browser.
CodeCentral: XSLT WebBroker Extensions/Components These components extend WebBroker so that it is simple to make use of XSLT instead of using page producers. A project wizard is included.
access.adobe.com home page Welcome to access.adobe.com. Helping people with visual disabilities access information in Adobe® PDF.
This web site provides tools and information to help make Adobe PDF files accessible to users with visual disabilities.
Designing More Usable Web Sites This section of D a M U W is dedicated to cooperative efforts linked toward building a more usable Web for all. At the present time, there are a number of interlocking and inter-related efforts.
SSB Technologies Homepage SSB Technologies is the premier provider of web accessibility solutions. Our end-to-end solutions include software, training and consulting to help corporate and government IT organizations make their web sites, intranets and web-enabled applications accessible to people with disabilities in compliance with Federal law
Wavelet based Image and Document Compression from LuraTech Based on cutting edge wavelet compression, LuraTech offers a complete line of standalone applications, software development kits (SDKs) and plug-ins for Adobe Photoshop, Quark, Macromedia Director, Oracle 8i, and others.
SMIL Animation This is a working draft of a specification of animation functionality for XML documents. It describes an animation framework as well as a set of base XML animation elements suitable for integration with XML documents. It is based upon the SMIL 1.0 timing model, with some extensions.
Professional Page The Field-Of-View worksheet allows you to apply the angular field of view of selected 35mm lenses to perspectives generated by MiniCad
Steady State SVGFont SVGFont is a Java application that generates SVG font definitions from TrueType fonts. A character sub-range can be specified to control the number of glyphs generated, thus allowing the smallest possible SVG font file.
XML/XSL Portal This site is an XML/XSL portal. I have tried to fill it full of all relevant information. If anything is missing or you have any comments or suggestions or want a link included then let me know at Chris@Bayes.co.uk.
The tutorial section includes an XML/XSL application Self Documenting Code that shows what can be done with this technology if this page doesn't already. It gives an example of something similar to POD and JavaDoc but for ASP.
Unofficial MSXML XSLT FAQ When Internet Explorer 5.0 was first shipped in 1998, Microsoft shipped an implementation of XSL that was based on the current working draft of XSL at that time. Millions of copies of this XML/XSL processor were burned on CDs and were installed on systems all around the world. Since then, the XSLT specification changed very significantly (even the namespace changed!) and was finalized. So the situation as it is today (12/4/2000) is that there are millions of copies of a parser out there which does not (by default) support the latest XSLT specification. It is quite common for people to write to the xslt-list asking for information about why some operation does not work in Internet Explorer 5.0.
Debugging Stylesheets Using Microsoft IE5 XSL Processing This has turned out to be a frequently asked question on the XSL maillist XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list so now this resource can be refered to as a summary of a methodology to debug stylesheets being developed for the Microsoft IE5 XSL engine. This is useful because the menu function View/Source in IE5 shows the XML source, not the HTML resulting from the transformation described by the XSL stylesheet.
XML.com: Robert DuCharme's column provides regular practical examples of using XSLT to transform XML.