Enhydra merges W3C consortium standards XML and the Document Object Model (DOM)
to support a more efficient approach for interface designers and programmers
to co-develop Web applications. With Enhydra XMLC, HTML becomes simply another
Java resource, leveraging DOM to view and manipulate all HTML as a Java class
hierarchy. The key benefit is that presentation interface designers can evolve
their HTML designs, including mocked-up data, independently of development of
application logic. Only a simple ID attribute is required to link areas of dynamic
to Java application logic.
For the complete announcement, see
Enhydra 2.1 including Enhydra XMLC can be downloaded from
Lutris Technologies can be contacted at
companies such as Shout, New Objectivity, Blaxxun, and OpenWorlds have browsers working now.
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