Wednesday, 13 February 2008

Google and Domino - Part 2 - Development skills you'll need

Out of the box, you can point the Google Search Appliance (the GSA) at your Domino website, let it crawl and index everything, and then try your new search toy. The search result pages you get back look eerily similar to the Google search pages you get back on any Internet search. Imagine that... :)

The search results are controlled by the use of "templates". These templates are made up of a LOT of XSLT that controls the look and feel (and everything else) of what appears after you click "Search". If you have no XSLT skills, you will be extremely limited . . . .

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The Most Complete AJAX Framework and JavaScript Libraries List(124+)

Ajax framework can help us to quickly develop web pages that can call web services and server pages through javascript without having to submit the current page.Recent Web-applications tend to use them to provide more interactivity and guarantee better functionality.There are hundreds of Ajax/JavaScript frameworks available — I spent some days to gather the most useful of them,if you know others not include in the list,don’t hesitate to leave your comment.:)

6.Google AJAXSLT
AJAXSLT is an implementation of XSL-T in JavaScript, intended for use in fat web pages, which are nowadays referred to as AJAX applications.Because XSLT uses XPath, it is also an implementation of XPath . . .

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W3C XML is Ten!

To mark the ten year anniversary of the publication of its Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0 as a W3C Recommendation, the World Wide Web Consortium plans throughout 2008 to recognize and thank the dedicated communities and individuals responsible for XML for their contributions ' including people who have participated in W3C's XML groups and mailing lists, the SGML community, and xml-dev ' through a variety of activities and events. XML is a simple, open, and flexible format used to exchange a wide variety of data on and off the Web. The success of XML is a strong indicator of how dedicated individuals, working within the W3C Process, can engage with a larger community to produce industry-changing results.

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XML 10th anniversary celebration set

The World Wide Web Consortium this year plans to mark the 10-year anniversary of XML 1.0 as a formal W3C Recommendation.

The now-ubiquitous markup language has found its way into multiple standards, including XSLT, for transforming XML content; XQuery, for querying XML databases and XML Signature and Encryption.

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