A Web Less Boring

“In his opening keynote at XML Europe 2001 in Berlin, Tim Bray explained how XML could make the Web more interesting — specifically, the Web’s user i

“In his opening keynote at XML Europe 2001 in Berlin, Tim Bray explained how XML could make the Web more interesting — specifically, the Web’s user interface. Bray recounted that many members of the original team that created XML envisaged its application in web-enabled client document rendering systems, providing flexible user interfaces for exploring content. Instead XML seems to have found its immediate application in the backroom, connecting databases and disparate server systems. One of the most well-known uses of XML in this scenario is the SOAP protocol, which allows message passing between applications using XML and HTTP.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE