Monthly Archive for: ‘September, 2012’

  • Government’s New Second Language: XML

    When the US Government Printing Office updated its composition engine for digital publishing, the ability to accept XML input directly was a key requirement.┬áThe Extensible Markup Language allows documents to be encoded in a format that is both human and machine-readable, making it a good […]

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  • New XML Standards Designed for the Air Cargo Industry

    Since 2009, the IATA Cargo-XML Task Force has been developing new XML standards designed to innovate how the air cargo industry communicates and offer industry stakeholders an alternative to Cargo-IMP messages. For more information, visit the IATA website here.

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