Declarative Extensions of XML Languages. Thompson, S.; King, P. R.; and Schmitz, P. In
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We present a set of XML language extensions that bring notions from functional programming to web authors, extending the power of declarative modelling for the web. Our previous work discussed expressions and user-defined events. In this paper, we discuss how one may extend XML by adding definitions and parameterization; complex data and data types; and reactivity, events and continuous "behaviours". We consider these extensions in the light of World Wide Web Consortium standards, and illustrate their utility by a variety of use cases.
@inproceedings{ tho07,
  crossref = {doceng07},
  author = {Simon Thompson and Peter R. King and Patrick Schmitz},
  title = {Declarative Extensions of XML Languages},
  abstract = {We present a set of XML language extensions that bring notions from functional programming to web authors, extending the power of declarative modelling for the web. Our previous work discussed expressions and user-defined events. In this paper, we discuss how one may extend XML by adding definitions and parameterization; complex data and data types; and reactivity, events and continuous "behaviours". We consider these extensions in the light of World Wide Web Consortium standards, and illustrate their utility by a variety of use cases.}
}
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