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XML and Apache, An Overview
Ted Leung, Senior Engineer, OSAF

Track: Apache
Date: Thursday, July 29
Time: 2:35pm - 3:20pm
Location: Portland


The Apache Software Foundation has developed a broad variety of tools for working with XML. Developers are frequently confused about which tools to use, and for what purpose.

In this talk, Leung gives a guided tour of the XML related projects at the Apache Software Foundation, including Xerces, Xalan, FOP, Batik, XML Security, Xindice, Axkit, XMLBeans, Axis, WSIF, XML-RPC Cocoon, Forrest, Jelly, and JXPath.

We'll look at each of the projects, talk about what functionality they provide, and how you can make the best use of each one. By the conclusion of the presentation, you'll know what functionality each projects provides, and which project(s) are appropraite for your development situation.

Some familiarity with basic XML concepts is assumed. This is not an XML tutorial.

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