XML Editing Shell Screenshots

Illustrations through a sequence of 16 slides


This is a series of screenshots taken from the prototype Interactive Audio Comprehension Materials (IACM) project. It provides a few glimpses of how XSLT is used to manipulate XML files behind the scenes whilst all the user has to do is fill in Web forms. So you can take an XML file, use the system to apply a sequence of XSLT, which you can store separately - so you can take away not only the data source data but the transformation source, making content management very portable.

It is hoped that the system will eventually be made more generic and released as open source software, though it needs quite a lot of work. More details are available on request.

Summary of slides

- Paul Trafford

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