teian is an web-based annotator and limited editor for any XML vocabulary. Teian was originally developed for the U.S. Department of State, Office of the Historian, and released as open source for the benefit of community. Its development was further funded by the University of Richmond, USA.
The teian development started in May 2010, funded by U.S. Department of State, Office of the Historian. The first production version was released in August, 2010. That version was built on top of CKEditor, a well-known web-based HTML editor.
In 2011, the financing of the development was continued by the University of Richmond, USA. During this second period of financing, teian was brought to a superior level due to a complete rebuilt, in order to be independent to CKEditor. Thus, a new concept was used, allowing teian to render any XML vocabulary and much larger files.
In 2012, a first version of change tracking capability was added to teian.
Since 2012, various bug fixes, and small improvements we made, along with adding of new unit tests for various XML vocabularies.
See examples here.
Allows execution of XQuery queries and XProc pipelines from webpage in an eXist XMLDB installed on client. eDIB also allows complex processing and storage of data before sending it back to server, thus balancing load between server and client.
eXSLTForms was developed in order to respond to the requirements of real life XForms web applications, and comprises the following extension XForms actions / elements:
Studying and using XML technologies since 2004, I can develop web application based upon XRX (XForms in the browser - REST - XProc (XQuery) for the database).
As XML database, I am using eXist .
As XForms processor, I am using XSLTForms . XSLTForms works with all major browser (Internet Explorer, FireFox, Opera, Safari, Chrome and more).
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