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XML Development RSS and Atom Feeds

Ivan Pedruzzu

Joined: Feb 15, 2005
Posts: 18
Stylus Studio, the world's leading provider of XML tools and XML processing components today released a series of XML feeds in RSS 2.0 and Atom 0.3 format to help developers to keep up with XML development news.

Developers are encouraged to point their RSS / Atom newsreaders to the following new feeds:

General XML News Feeds
* Stylus Studio NewsWire (RSS 2.0)
* Stylus Studio News from (RSS 2.0)
* The XML Development Blog (Atom 0.3)

Stylus Studio Developer Network (RSS 2.0)
* Stylus Studio Feature Requests
* Stylus Studio Technical Forum
* Stylus Studio Website Feedback
* XSLT Help and Discussion
* XQuery Help and Discussion
* Stylus Studio Code Samples & Utilities
* Stylus Studio Announcements

XML Development Forums

* XML-DEV RSS 2.0 and XML DEV Atom 0.3
* XSL-List RSS 2.0 and XSL-List Atom 0.3
* XQuery Talk RSS 2.0 and XQuery Talk Atom 0.3
* XML Schema-DEV RSS 2.0 and XML Schema-DEV Atom 0.3

About Stylus Studio
Stylus Studio, a product from DataDirect Technologies, an operating company of Progress Software Corporation, is the industry's most innovative XML IDE providing advanced support for XML and its related technologies: XSL, XSLT, XML Schema, DTD, SOAP, WSDL, EDI, EDIFACT, SQL/XML, XML mapping, Web Services, Legacy data integration and XQuery. Used by leading software developers world-wide, Stylus Studio simplifies XML programming and enhances developer productivity through innovation. Visit the Stylus Studio Web site to learn more.
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