18 April 2005

XML Concepts: Injecting code with links onto blogging platforms

Occasionally, I'd like to be able to simply type in a short code, and have a tool automatically place fully executable code on a platform or within a template.

Rather than mess with templates or embedded code, I'd like to simply type in a short line, but have a large amount of functionablity.

A simple one-line java-tool can replace many lines of HTML. Yet, I'd like to be able to quickly convert an HTML-template into something that will auto-generate this single-line of java code.


XML Directions

Placing executable code on a blogging platform


One idea is something that injects code to a link. Rather than simply rely on a redirect, sometimes it would be nice to place at a link an executable command.

This approach would focus on the HTML, then create a generic version of those many lines of HTML, and create a summary java-tool.

The system would auto-inject the code at the link; and it would put XML-compatible directions at the link.

This would also be a system to add to a blog-content a clusty-like link. Users would be able to add java code at the link, and get an auto-injection of the content and box.

It wouldn't be the same as RSS Digest or MyStack. This system wouldn't focus on providing content, but a succinct way of injecting executable code onto a blogging platform at a link.
Occasionally, I'd like to be able to simply type in a short code, and have a tool automatically place fully executable code on a platform or within a template.

Rather than mess with templates or embedded code, I'd like to simply type in a short line, but have a large amount of functionablity.

A simple one-line java-tool can replace many lines of HTML. Yet, I'd like to be able to quickly convert an HTML-template into something that will auto-generate this single-line of java code.


XML Directions

Placing executable code on a blogging platform


One idea is something that injects code to a link. Rather than simply rely on a redirect, sometimes it would be nice to place at a link an executable command.

This approach would focus on the HTML, then create a generic version of those many lines of HTML, and create a summary java-tool.

The system would auto-inject the code at the link; and it would put XML-compatible directions at the link.

This would also be a system to add to a blog-content a clusty-like link. Users would be able to add java code at the link, and get an auto-injection of the content and box.

It wouldn't be the same as RSS Digest or MyStack. This system wouldn't focus on providing content, but a succinct way of injecting executable code onto a blogging platform at a link.
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