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Chapter 25. Introduction to XML > Examples of XML Technology

25.4. Examples of XML Technology

With XML's ability to allow customized tagging systems, it is not surprising it is finding a wide variety of applications. Many XML languages are so specific that they will serve only a particular Intranet of a single business. Other XML technologies might serve a specfic community, as the Chemical Markup Language serves the scientific community but is of limited interest to most publishers.

The World Wide Web Consortium monitors other XML applications that have a greater impact on how media is presented over the Web, thus changing the Web's capabilities. Two such applications are used for the synchronized multimedia presentations and a method for describing vector-based graphics in Web pages.


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