Re: [NTLK] Status of nBlog?

From: Andy Hill <>
Date: Mon Jun 11 2007 - 07:40:55 EDT

Wow Tony
Thank you for taking the trouble to give such an overview.
Unfortunately my lack of technical knowledge means that I only really
understand the last paragraph, the rest goes way over my head.
I think I better stick to simpler challenges, but really appreciate your

On Sun, 10 Jun 2007 19:45:56 +1200, "Tony Kan" <>
> From
> nBlog works alongside nHTML 2.0 and XML-RPC to create one of the most
> powerful and portable web development environments around. nHTML is much
> more than an HTML tag generator, and XML-RPC allows you to send almost
> any object on your Newton, such as a note, name, or package, over the
> Internet using the industry standard XML-RPC protocol.
> and from
> XML-RPC is a specification and a set of implementations that allow
> software running on disparate operating systems, running in different
> environments to make procedure calls over the Internet. It's remote
> procedure calling using HTTP as the transport and XML as the encoding.
> XML-RPC is designed to be as simple as possible, while allowing complex
> data structures to be transmitted, processed and returned.
> Put together nBlog allows you to send a note file to, say Blogger, and
> have it accept your note text as an entry on your Blog. Adam's text
> suggests you can send more than just note text. I assume that some
> configuration is necessary to ensure that your target site can accept the
> object being sent.

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