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Thread: XML Fourm

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    I don't think enough people know/are interested enough in it. Just look at the contest for last month for an example...
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    XML will rule the world some day!!!

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    Ide be interested in this. I am just learning XML but I see many uses for it. Maybe not enough people know it now but, I think eventually this will change because the industry seem to be moving that way.

    I still dont belive that web design/develpment has reached its peak. I think it is just barely starting to mature from its early awkward stages. Standards are just starting to become somewhat common. Befor, things were just haphazardly done. Sorta like using a butter knife as a screwdriver. Yea it works but its not the proper way to do things.

    I think some of the biggest revolutions in web design have not happened yet.


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    Yes, XML is definitely going to play an absolutely crucial role in future web development, and is starting to already. Every major server-side language supports XML parsing in some form or other. vB3 uses it for archiving everything from phrases to settings to templates.

    edit: don't interpret that as a Yes for the forum. There is too little demand.
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    Maybe a few XML tuts on some commonly asked questions, or unique finds might spark a little more interest ?

    Just a suggestion.
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    Ya know, Brian,

    I'd agree... except the one HUGE tutorial I created got almost NO response. Here it is:

    http://www.webdesignforums.net/thread11787.html

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    No offense dude, but it's a bit deep for beginners. No one wants to learn the right way - they want to learn the fast way.

    Perhaps I'll put together a quick tut on PHP/XML/SAX parsing for some common usage (parsing RSS feeds perhaps).
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    I say the more the merrier. You never know...someone may come here looking for some extra info on XML and stick around because of what they find. The better to have it here and find out then not have it here and not know, right ?
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