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An AxKit Image Gallery

AxKit is not limited to working with pure XML data. Starting with this article, we’ll work with and around non-XML data by developing an image browser that works with two types of non-XML data: a directory listing built from…

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Taglib TMTOWTDI

As with many Perl systems, AxKit often provides multiple ways of doing things. Developers from other programming cultures may find these choices and freedom a bit bewildering at first but this (hopefully) soon gives way to the realization that…

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XSP, Taglibs and Pipelines

In the first article in this series, we saw how to install, configure and test AxKit, and we took a look at a simple processing pipeline. In this article, we will see how to write a simple 10-line XSP…

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Introducing AxKit

Series Introduction This article is the first in a series of articles introducing the AxKit web application platform. Starting from the basics, this series explains how to install a basic AxKit server and then explores AxKit’s more powerful capabilities….

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