- Browsing the future. Colley, Andrew // Australian Personal Computer;Apr2000, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p78
Investigates the latest release in browsers. XML as the new battleground; Advantage of XML over DHTML; Competition between Microsoft and Netscape.
- Netscape, Microsoft flex XML. Walsh, Jeff // InfoWorld;04/06/98, Vol. 20 Issue 14, p58
Presents information on Netscape and Microsoft companies regarding the Extensible Markup Language (XML). Computer softwares that supported the XML; Criteria for developers who are adding XML capabilities to the software Navigator; Plan of Netscape about the technology.
- Netscape delivers on Mozilla. Alschuler, Liora; Walter, Mark // Seybold Report on Internet Publishing;Apr98, Vol. 2 Issue 8, p31
Reports that Netscape Communications has released the source code for Mozilla on the Internet. Netscape's promise to put its browser into the public domain; How the access to the source code would facilitate integrators; Inclusion of XML (extendible markup language).
- Netscape replies on XML. // Seybold Report on Internet Publishing;Jan97, Vol. 1 Issue 5, p2
- Microsoft Banks on XML as the .NET Glue. Frye, Colleen; Harding, Elizabeth U.; Zschuschen, Lisa // Software Magazine;Aug/Sep2001, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p12
Reports that Microsoft Corp. is promoting eXtensible Markup Language as the industry standard for integrated applications. Reasons for the promotion; Statement issued by Microsoft chairman Bill Gates; Status of the product cycle of the company as of 2001.
- Microsoft's .NET bet rides on interoperability. La Monica, Martin // InfoWorld;06/18/2001, Vol. 23 Issue 25, p22
Deals with the Extensible Markup Language-based Web services offered by Microsoft Corp. Basis of the company's strategy; Comparison of Microsoft with other plaform vendors.
- XML: The Language of the Next Generation? Trott, Bob; Cunningham, Cara // InfoWorld;05/31/99, Vol. 21 Issue 22, p12
Focuses on the support of Microsoft Corp. for extensible markup language (XML) technology. Remarks from Microsoft executives regarding the development of XML-enabled products; Importance of XML to the Internet.
- Lather over SOAP. // PC Week;09/27/99, Vol. 16 Issue 39, p60
Editorial. Focuses on Microsoft Corp.'s proposed extensible markup language-based Simple Object Access Protocol. Benefits from the protocol; Vision of services-based programmable Web.
- RETAIL AND BANKING SECTORS ARE DRIVING TAKE-UP OF XML. // New Media Age;7/11/2002, p16
Presents the results of a survey conducted by Microsoft EMEA/PC-I Live on the growth of Extendible Markup Language Web services. Market sector that contributed to the growth; Percentage of the survey respondents; Classes of the respondents.