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Tuesday, October 09, 2007


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I hope this means there's going to be stable, robust library support forthcoming in most programming languages?

And hopefully not one of these "some code in a servlet, sitting inside a ponderous Java application server" type of deal.


with more stuff on the way (https://datatracker.ietf.org/drafts/?filename=atom), built-in support for basic atom and atompub and some extensions definitely would make sense. i hope it will happen.

my plan is to start working on an XSLT implementation of all of that pretty soon. it will be limited (because XSLT can only do HTTP GET), but should be useful anyway as long as read-only access is required.


Thank you for your post dude. This article is very helpful. I am waiting for new ones..

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