Advanced ixml Hands-on
This year marked the official release of ixml at invisiblexml.org, and several implementations are now available. At last year's Declarative Amsterdam there was a tutorial introduction to ixml, which introduced the concepts, covered all elements of the language and its basic use. This tutorial will extend that tutorial by covering subjects such as Whitespace handling, Ambiguity, Multi-character tokens, Separators, and Insertions, and will include a case study of the ixml grammar of ixml. A condition of doing this tutorial is that attendees must already have done the introductory tutorial, which is available for self-study. A similar technique of interweaving lecture with exercises, and the tutorial being available for independent study after the conference will be used.
is a researcher affiliated with CWI Amsterdam, the Dutch national research centre for mathematics and informatics. His research is in interaction, and how the underlying software architecture can support users. He co-designed the ABC programming language that formed the basis for Python. Involved with the Web from the beginning, he organised two workshops at the first Web Conference in 1994. For the best part of a decade he chaired the W3C HTML working group, and has co-authored many web standards, including HTML, XHTML, CSS, XForms and RDFa. He now chairs the XForms and ixml groups at W3C. This year he was awarded the ACM SIGCHI Lifetime Practice Award.