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XForms Activity Statement

XForms is a markup language that addresses the modern needs of electronic forms. It is based on XML and can deliver the collected values as an XML document. It addresses questions of authorability, usability, accessibility, device independence, internationalization, integration into different host languages, and reducing the need for scripting.

Highlights Since the Previous Advisory Committee Meeting

After XForms 1.1 went to recommendation, the Working Group recharted in March 2010, with the aim of working on XForms 1.2 and XForms 2.0 specifications. In the interim an XForms Quick Reference has been published, and an XForms Tutorial is close to completion.

Upcoming Activity Highlights

Work will continue on the specifications.

Summary of Activity Structure

GroupChairTeam ContactCharter
Forms Working Group
(participants)
Steven PembertonPhilippe Le HégaretChartered until 31 March 2012

This Activity Statement was prepared for TPAC 2014 per section 5 of the W3C Process Document. Generated from group data.

Steven Pemberton, XForms Activity Lead

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