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A Programmatic Approach to WWW Authoring

Kurt NÝrmark ©
Department of Computer Science
Aalborg University
Denmark

 

Lecture notes from the beginning            Title page            Abstract            References from this lecture            

Programmatic AuthoringPage 1SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Classes of WWW documentsPage 2SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Authoring of WWW materialsPage 3SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Programmatic authoringPage 4SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Disadvantages of programmatic authoringPage 5SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Which programming paradigm and language?Page 6SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
SchemePage 7SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
An Introductory ExamplePage 8SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Overall document abstractionsPage 9SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Quiz examplePage 10SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
The LAML SystemPage 11SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
LAML: Lisp Abstracted Markup LanguagePage 12SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
HTML mirroringPage 13SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
The HTML4.0 Mirror in LAMLPage 14SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
HTML4.0 Mirror CharacteristicsPage 15SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Attribute ExamplesPage 16SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Problems with nested markupPage 17SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
LAML processingPage 18SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
A practical LAML exercisePage 19SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
A practical LAML programming exercisePage 20SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Other examplesPage 21SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Ad hoc abstractionPage 22SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
LAML languagesPage 23SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
The Questionnaire Document StylePage 24SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Automation of routine tasksPage 25SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
LENO - A large example of a LAML Document StylePage 26SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
What is LENO?Page 27SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
LENO - strengthsPage 28SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
LENO - weaknessesPage 29SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Example of the lecture note document stylePage 30SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
WWW tools around LENOPage 31SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
LAML and Server Side ProgrammingPage 32SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
CGI ProgrammingPage 33SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
CGI Programming with Program StatePage 34SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
CGI Programming in SchemePage 35SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
CGI ExamplesPage 36SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
LAML in relation to XMLPage 37SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Overall comparison between XML and LAMLPage 38SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Less anarchistic use of LAMLPage 39SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
How to integrate programming powerPage 40SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
ConclusionsPage 41SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
ConclusionsPage 42SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes

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