Remote Events for XML (REX) is used to represent events relating to the access and mutation of XML documents. Check out this specification to find out more details about this emerging standard.
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) recently put some effort into standardizing several common practices on the Web, some of which are closely related to XML in applications processing. Remote Events for XML (REX) 1.0 [in development] is an XML format for representing events defined in Document Object Model (DOM) Level 3. It is used as a way of sending DOM mutation events from one system to another, generally for remote manipulation of XML documents.
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