Lately, I have started working on the OpenXFDL project again, concentrating efforts in making a C++ application with WX Widgets that can compile for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Getting frustrated with libxml2 and wanting to learn more of xpath queries, I decided to make a XFDL reader in PHP. This can be applied easily as browser/e-mail plugins to view XFDL forms without the need of an external viewer. I’ve been bad about posting but I’ll work to add more to this blog soon. For now, here is a sight to try it out with. Unlike previous stuff, you can do a straight XFDL form instead of converting to XML first. Try it out!