Architectural Integration

Steven Pemberton, CWI and W3C, Amsterdam

Architectural Integration

W3C defines a number of specifications to allow different markup languages to be syntactically combined, such as:

There are also a number of combined markups already in use, such as

and there are (many) more on the way, thanks to the work of the CDF WG.

Semantic integrity

But if you are going to combine markups together, you really want them to work together harmoniously.

Such examples are:

etc etc

Today's session

This session introduces a number of pieces of work going on at W3C to increase architectural integrity.

I would have liked to have also included RDFa ("bridging the semantic and clickable webs") in the session, but there is a session that includes it tomorrow