|By:||Telecommunications Software and Multimedia Laboratory at Helsinki University of Technology|
|Info on web:||http://www.xsmiles.org/|
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X-Smiles is an XML browser developed in Java. It has a component-based architecture that allows it to run in many different UI environments. In addition, XML vocabularies are rendered by Java components, which can be plugged into the browser. XML documents can also be displayed by using XSLT to transform them into an already supported vocabulary.
X-Smiles currently supports rendering of SMIL, XSL-FO, XForms, and SVG, and it can use JAXP to select an XML parser. It also has some support for using CSS to style documents.