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Using Lisp as a Markup Language
The LAML approach

Kurt NÝrmark ©
Department of Computer Science
Aalborg University
Denmark

 

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

BackgroundPage 1SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
CGI ProgrammingPage 2SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
CGI Programming with Program StatePage 3SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
CGI Programming in SchemePage 4SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Programming static WWW pages in SchemePage 5SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
LAML: Lisp Abstracted Markup LanguagePage 6SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
An LAML Document ExamplePage 7SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Syntactic LAML issuesPage 8SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Semi constant strings in SchemePage 9SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Abstractions in LAMLPage 10SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
URL abstractionPage 11SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Overview of LAML stylesPage 12SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Example of the manual document stylePage 13SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Example of the lecture note document stylePage 14SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Example of the Elucidator document stylePage 15SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Automation with LAMLPage 16SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Insertion of quotations from external filesPage 17SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
An example of an LAML tool: SchemeDocPage 18SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
An Emacs-based LAML environmentPage 19SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Conclusions: The LAML approachPage 20SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes

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