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XForms Essentials by Micah Dubinko

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XForms Essentials
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Publisher: O'Reilly
ISBN/ASIN: 0596003692
ISBN-13: 9780596003692
Number of pages: 232

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XForms Essentials is an introduction and practical guide to the new XForms specification. Written by Micah Dubinko, a member of the W3C XForms working group and an editor of the specification, the book explains the how and why of XForms, showing readers how to take advantage of them without having to write their own code. You'll learn how to integrate XForms with both HTML and XML vocabularies, and how XForms can simplify the connection between client-based user input and server-based processing.

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