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A brief presentation of LAML

Kurt NÝrmark ©
Department of Computer Science
Aalborg University
Denmark

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BackgroundPage 1Trail slideUsing Lisp as a Markup Language
The LAML approach, page 1
CGI Programming in SchemePage 2Trail slideUsing Lisp as a Markup Language
The LAML approach, page 4
Programming static WWW pages in SchemePage 3Trail slideUsing Lisp as a Markup Language
The LAML approach, page 5
LAML: Lisp Abstracted Markup LanguagePage 4Trail slideUsing Lisp as a Markup Language
The LAML approach, page 6
HTML mirroringPage 5Trail slideUsing Lisp as a Markup Language
The LAML approach
Slide updates, page 1
An example of a simple HTML4.0 pagePage 6Trail slideUsing Lisp as a Markup Language
The LAML approach
Slide updates, page 2
An LAML Document ExamplePage 7Trail slideUsing Lisp as a Markup Language
The LAML approach, page 7
Abstractions in LAMLPage 8Trail slideUsing Lisp as a Markup Language
The LAML approach, page 10
Overview of LAML stylesPage 9Trail slideUsing Lisp as a Markup Language
The LAML approach, page 12
Example of the lecture note document stylePage 10Trail slideUsing Lisp as a Markup Language
The LAML approach, page 14
Concluding remarksPage 11Trail slideUsing Lisp as a Markup Language
The LAML approach
Slide updates, page 3

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