UWI.Com has launched its newly-developed Extensible Forms Description Language (XFDL
), an XML-based protocol designed for Internet form creation, design and viewing.
Interestingly enough, that's just the future fellow Canadian company UWI.com sees for its XML Forms Description Language (XFDL
), which it created in consultation with XML co-creator Tim Bray.
Uwi.Com, the company that created the forms description language XFDL
(CI No 3,476), has announced that XML and Java can now be used together to create smart, secure, legally- binding forms.