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Why Is XForms Considered to Be the Standard Envisioned by the W3C When It Is Not Supported Natively by Any Bro?

by nForms on October 17, 2012

Why is XForms considered to be the standard envisioned by the W3C when it is not supported natively by any browser?

Am I missing something? I created a flash project and I want to be able to edit the xml data with a form, but...I can't ever see the form. Unless of course I downloaded an add on for mozilla, but there is no cross browser support. I just don't get it. Who is using XForm and how? My hands are in the air. Please point me in the right direction.

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Alain March 15, 2011 at 9:34 pm

You can use XSLTForms. It’s a client-side XForms implementation based on XSLT and Javascript.

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