International Technology Company is Ahead of Global Curve on Today's W3C New Standard Announcement

Mozquito Technologies CEO is Co-Editor

Of Modularization Specification



Apr 10, 2001, 01:00 ET from Mozquito Technologies AG

    BOSTON, April 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Mozquito Technologies, the leader in
 XHTML software, announced its continuing commitment to the W3C's XHTML
 Modularization Recommendation, which was made public today. This new
 recommendation, co-edited by Mozquito Technologies' CEO Sebastian
 Schnitzenbaumer, continues the simplicity of HTML with the extensibility of
 XML.
     Mozquito Technologies was among the first to implement XHTML
 Modularization in their Mozquito Factory product. The flagship products of
 Mozquito Technologies, the Forms Markup Language, (FML), and its enabling
 companion, the Mozquito Matrix technology, have closely followed the XHTML
 Modularization development. The Mozquito Matrix technology enables Web
 designers and Web application operators to use FML in today's browsers without
 plug-ins, applets or manually writing JavaScript.
 
     With XHTML Modularization you can:
     *  Extend your documents -- put the "X" in XML
     *  Add new features to your Web pages
     *  Easily build software for new media
     *  Use and re-use modules in documents
 
     "With the Modularization of XHTML, the X in XML becomes a reality and the
 worlds of Web design and XML technology converge," said Schnitzenbaumer. "We
 are very happy to see the extensibility of XML unfold."
     Mozquito Technologies' own FML offers a flurry of new opportunities for
 Web application designers. "Still, it is very easy to master because over 90
 percent of the language is taken from the current HTML that everyone knows,"
 he said.
     "Our implementation experience as early adopters has demonstrated the
 power of XHTML Modularization, and we look forward to using it in our next
 generation product line," said Mozquito Technologies Chief Scientist Josef
 Dietl. "Future W3C standards such as XForms will rely heavily on XHTML
 Modularization and we are quite excited about the new possibilities."
 
     About Mozquito Technologies AG
     Founded in 1998 by Schnitzenbaumer and Malte Wedel in Munich, Germany,
 Mozquito Technologies is the global market leader in XHTML-based intelligent
 browser applications.
     Users of Mozquito Technologies products and solutions include the U.S.
 Department of Interior, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, John Deere, Lucent
 Technologies, PacBell, the European Community and NATO.
 
 

SOURCE Mozquito Technologies AG
    BOSTON, April 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Mozquito Technologies, the leader in
 XHTML software, announced its continuing commitment to the W3C's XHTML
 Modularization Recommendation, which was made public today. This new
 recommendation, co-edited by Mozquito Technologies' CEO Sebastian
 Schnitzenbaumer, continues the simplicity of HTML with the extensibility of
 XML.
     Mozquito Technologies was among the first to implement XHTML
 Modularization in their Mozquito Factory product. The flagship products of
 Mozquito Technologies, the Forms Markup Language, (FML), and its enabling
 companion, the Mozquito Matrix technology, have closely followed the XHTML
 Modularization development. The Mozquito Matrix technology enables Web
 designers and Web application operators to use FML in today's browsers without
 plug-ins, applets or manually writing JavaScript.
 
     With XHTML Modularization you can:
     *  Extend your documents -- put the "X" in XML
     *  Add new features to your Web pages
     *  Easily build software for new media
     *  Use and re-use modules in documents
 
     "With the Modularization of XHTML, the X in XML becomes a reality and the
 worlds of Web design and XML technology converge," said Schnitzenbaumer. "We
 are very happy to see the extensibility of XML unfold."
     Mozquito Technologies' own FML offers a flurry of new opportunities for
 Web application designers. "Still, it is very easy to master because over 90
 percent of the language is taken from the current HTML that everyone knows,"
 he said.
     "Our implementation experience as early adopters has demonstrated the
 power of XHTML Modularization, and we look forward to using it in our next
 generation product line," said Mozquito Technologies Chief Scientist Josef
 Dietl. "Future W3C standards such as XForms will rely heavily on XHTML
 Modularization and we are quite excited about the new possibilities."
 
     About Mozquito Technologies AG
     Founded in 1998 by Schnitzenbaumer and Malte Wedel in Munich, Germany,
 Mozquito Technologies is the global market leader in XHTML-based intelligent
 browser applications.
     Users of Mozquito Technologies products and solutions include the U.S.
 Department of Interior, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, John Deere, Lucent
 Technologies, PacBell, the European Community and NATO.
 
 SOURCE  Mozquito Technologies AG