Difference between revisions of "Web Standards and Specifications"

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The current article will present a high level overview of the various standards being used in web-applications; which of these are current or outdated, and more importantly which of the standards will be responsible for a particular type of application.
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The current article will present a high level overview of the various standards being used in web-applications; which of these are current or outdated, and more importantly which of the standards will be useful in implementing a particular type of application. Basically, it will help in understanding the various W3C, WS-I and other web application standards, and find relevance for them in the applications that we design and develop.
  
 
This article is aimed at developers and architects to make effective choices in designing and implementing robust, useful and secure web applications.
 
This article is aimed at developers and architects to make effective choices in designing and implementing robust, useful and secure web applications.

Revision as of 12:50, 11 July 2006

The current article will present a high level overview of the various standards being used in web-applications; which of these are current or outdated, and more importantly which of the standards will be useful in implementing a particular type of application. Basically, it will help in understanding the various W3C, WS-I and other web application standards, and find relevance for them in the applications that we design and develop.

This article is aimed at developers and architects to make effective choices in designing and implementing robust, useful and secure web applications.


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