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There are many different implementations of XForms and this cookbook is designed to work with any of them. A list of implementations is available on the W3C website.
This is a collaborative project and we encourage everyone who is using XForms to contribute their complete working XForms examples. All submissions must be licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5 license.
Note: many of the examples in this Study Guide still use the "nodeset" attribute for binding rules, groups and repeats. Most XForms systems (Orbeon and betterForm) now use the "ref" attribute and may no longer support the older "nodeset" attributes. XSLTForms 1.0RC does not allow @ref instead of @nodeset but builds since rev.559 do support @ref where @nodeset was previously used. We will be updating the examples accordingly.
If you feel these examples are useful please create links to this site. this study guide has over 30 contributors.
Note: Almost all of the examples have been tested with the FireFox 2.0 XForms addon and the newer 0.8.6ff3 FireFox 3.0 addon. Please let us know if you find any errors.
These examples are for people who are just getting started.
These examples assume you are familiar with XForms concepts and controls.
Using Tabs and Trees - navigation of complex form data
Controls that combine controls
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