Re: [basex-talk] Websites that use BaseX

2020-06-25 Thread Christian Grün
Hi Jonathan,

Access to our own projects is usually restricted to/by our customers.
However, here are two interesting and recent projects that I got aware
of:

All notes of Niklas Luhmann have been made available to the public,
and search is powered by BaseX:

  https://niklas-luhmann-archiv.de/bestand/zettelkasten/suche
  https://niklas-luhmann-archiv.de/projekt/dokumentation

BaseX is also used for a comprehensive online database on Performing Arts:

  https://www.performing-arts.eu/
  
https://wiki.dnb.de/download/attachments/132748423/2018-04-11_KIMWS18_Beck-FID-Darstellende_Kunst.pdf

All the best,
Christian


[basex-talk] Websites that use BaseX

2020-06-24 Thread Dieter Zanzinger
We use BaseX for a inhouse scan- and data-capture solution.

Dieter Zanzinger
Finanzgericht Muenchen

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Re: [basex-talk] Websites that use BaseX

2020-06-24 Thread Marco Lettere

Hi Jonathan,
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 realtime monitoring and failure prediction in
   industrial settings with a websocket push based interface [1,2]
 * An API and viewer/simulator for IHE XDW based clinical workflow
   tracking integrated with the Camunda BPMN Engine
 * A Psychological Patient Record with web based frontend
 * A frontend plus service orchestrator for the daily management of a
   Coworking site.
 * ...

We are very happy of the results and our customers too (which is much 
more important). What our customers like the most, about XQuery/BaseX 
based solutions, is the very low footprint and impact on their 
infrastructures and deployments.

M.

[1] 
https://www.linkedin.com/posts/global-solutions-%26-services_shortendistances-savecosts-customersatisfaction-activity-6678200998059683840-bedJ 

[2] 
https://www.linkedin.com/posts/global-solutions-%26-services_shortendistances-savecosts-customersatisfaction-activity-6673859515550715905-21GS


On 23/06/20 22:56, Liam R. E. Quin wrote:

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
resources:

   https://github.com/joewiz/xquery-power

Not a major ecommerce site :) but...

Most Web pages on From Old Books _dot_ Org -
https://www.fromoldbooks.org/ - incorporate some content generated by
XQuery, and many of the pages are entirely generated at runtime by
XQuery, using BaseX.

There may still be some pages using qizx/open.

Please don't add this to your site, but, It's possible to add, ;show-
query=text/plain to the pages under /Search/ to see the XQuery itself.

Liam





Re: [basex-talk] Websites that use BaseX

2020-06-23 Thread Liam R. E. Quin
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
> resources:
> 
>   https://github.com/joewiz/xquery-power

Not a major ecommerce site :) but...

Most Web pages on From Old Books _dot_ Org - 
https://www.fromoldbooks.org/ - incorporate some content generated by
XQuery, and many of the pages are entirely generated at runtime by
XQuery, using BaseX.

There may still be some pages using qizx/open.

Please don't add this to your site, but, It's possible to add, ;show-
query=text/plain to the pages under /Search/ to see the XQuery itself.

Liam

-- 
Liam Quin, https://www.delightfulcomputing.com/
Available for XML/Document/Information Architecture/XSLT/
XSL/XQuery/Web/Text Processing/A11Y training, work & consulting.
Barefoot Web-slave, antique illustrations:  http://www.fromoldbooks.org



Re: [basex-talk] Websites that use BaseX

2020-06-23 Thread Joe Wicentowski
Hi all,

I'd welcome any and all contributions to my list of XQuery-powered
resources:

  https://github.com/joewiz/xquery-power

It would be great to have some entries whose descriptions read, "Runs on
BaseX."

Joe

On Tue, Jun 23, 2020 at 4:04 PM Chris Yocum  wrote:

> Hi Johnathan,
>
> > 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.
> >
> > So which users should give people confidence that BaseX is the tool for
> > them?  They know about my own happy experience with BaseX, they want to
> > know more about other projects.
>
> The Dictionary of Irish Language from Old and Middle Irish Sources
> (http://www.dil.ie/) has used it for six or more years.  As you can
> imagine, it does not change very often so it is mostly used for
> searching than updating and the project is very happy with BaseX.
>
> All the best,
> Chris
>


Re: [basex-talk] Websites that use BaseX

2020-06-23 Thread Chris Yocum
Hi Johnathan,

> 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.
> 
> So which users should give people confidence that BaseX is the tool for
> them?  They know about my own happy experience with BaseX, they want to
> know more about other projects.

The Dictionary of Irish Language from Old and Middle Irish Sources
(http://www.dil.ie/) has used it for six or more years.  As you can
imagine, it does not change very often so it is mostly used for
searching than updating and the project is very happy with BaseX.

All the best,
Chris


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[basex-talk] Websites that use BaseX

2020-06-23 Thread Jonathan Robie
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.

So which users should give people confidence that BaseX is the tool for
them?  They know about my own happy experience with BaseX, they want to
know more about other projects.

Jonathan