I have just made available a "release" of my XForms for Webware package. As I
write on my Web site...
Something I wanted to do for a while was to implement a structured Web forms
development environment. At last, I have implemented an XForms for Webware
package which allows developers to specify the structure of data manipulated by
Web applications and the output used to describe such structures in a notation
which is almost like that described in the XForms specification. Moreover, I
have added some support for connecting screens in an application together in a
nearly-structured fashion, with an eventual aim to make it as simple as possible
to define a sequence of interactions between a user and a Web application
without needing to mess around with low-level implementation details of the
communications or server environments in use.
Naturally, there are likely to be issues with the functionality and
documentation, but I think that it offers an interesting and potentially
powerful springboard into the deep end of the swimming pool of Web application
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From: Tom Schwaller <tom.schwaller@li...> - 2001-01-23 17:51:31
> I have just made available a "release" of my XForms for Webware package. As I
> write on my Web site...
Which version of PyXML are you using, because I
get an exeption when starting Webware:
from xml.dom.sax_builder import SaxBuilder
this does not work
I greped the XML-tree but did not find any SaxBuilder?
I Use the newest version..
app = appServer.application()
there is no Examples directory in XForms?
I think you put them in XForms itself.
Otherwise I think this example shows how easy
it will be for Python programmers to do
really cool stuff with Webware kits.
I hope I can at least make it run ..