The W3C Multimodal Architecture, Part 2, The XML specification stack

Multimodal authoring with SCXML, XHTML, REX, and more

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Gerald McCobb

Date archived: May 16, 2019 | First published: May 31, 2007

Gerald McCobb continues his introduction to the forthcoming W3C Multimodal Architecture with a survey of the many XML languages that you can use to author multimodal applications. He then shows how several specifications -- SCXML, XHTML, REX, and XML Events -- could work together in a complete multimodal application.

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