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XForms is not a free-standing document type, but is intended to be integrated into other markup languages, such as XHTML, ODF or SVG.
This reference defines XForms and how XForms Processors must interpret the various components in order to claim conformance.
This is only a convention; any namespace prefix may be used in practice.
The following typographical conventions are used to present technical material in this document.
Official terms are defined in the following manner: [Definition: You can find most terms in chapter 13 Glossary Of Terms].
Web applications and electronic commerce solutions have sparked the demand for better Web forms with richer interactions.