Access to our own projects is usually restricted to/by our customers.
However, here are two interesting and recent projects that I got aware
All notes of Niklas Luhmann have been made available to the public,
and search is powered by BaseX:
We use BaseX for a inhouse scan- and data-capture solution.
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we as a company have used Nubisware for several "front-facing"
applications. They are not exactly ecommerce but full blown enterprise
applications with complex UIs and/or based on APIs.
* A rating service (with dedicated UI) based on contract ontologies;
* a system for remote
On Tue, 2020-06-23 at 16:34 -0400, Joe Wicentowski wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'd welcome any and all contributions to my list of XQuery-powered
Not a major ecommerce site :) but...
Most Web pages on From Old Books _dot_ Org -
I'd welcome any and all contributions to my list of XQuery-powered
It would be great to have some entries whose descriptions read, "Runs on
On Tue, Jun 23, 2020 at 4:04 PM Chris Yocum wrote:
> Hi Johnathan,
> > I have
> I have recommended BaseX to some people who are writing an application.
> The developers, who are more comfortable with SQL, have asked for a list of
> websites that use BaseX. I imagine they would be happy with other happy
> customers too, they want to have basic confidence
I have recommended BaseX to some people who are writing an application.
The developers, who are more comfortable with SQL, have asked for a list of
websites that use BaseX. I imagine they would be happy with other happy
customers too, they want to have basic confidence in the tool.
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