It seems that all the great minds of the XML world are declaring that W3C XML Schemas (XSD) are dead, and everyone is going to switch to Relax-NG. Cf. Elliotte… Read more »
If you came here after seeing the following image on someone else’s site: that means that the author of the site was not content with stealing content from my site,… Read more »
Pete Lacey presents a hilarious history of the SOAP standards in The S stands for Simple, which pretty much sums everything up.
HOWTO Avoid Being Called a Bozo When Producing XML by Henri Sivonen. Some good basic principles to help ensure interoperability.
Duncan Cragg gives a clever summary of some of the advantages of REST vs SOAP.
Why XForms? An apologia and exegesis As you may have noticed, I think Elliotte Rusty HaroldÂ is The Man where XML is concerned, at least in terms of explaning XML… Read more »
More from Elliotte Rusty Harold on a common abuse of HTTP.
ThisÂ is the clearest and most concise explanation of REST that I have yet encountered, including why it’s not all there yet. (In spite of the title it’s not really hostile… Read more »
If you want to call old-style COM components from an ASP.NET page, or worse, from an ASP.NET web service, be sure to read this article carefully first: Wicked Code: Running… Read more »
A lot of weblogs and similar sites use feedburner.com to generate custom RSS feeds. This gives a lot of flexibility, but it has a hidden disadvantage: your feeds will not… Read more »