Here's where you can find all the resources you need to develop Interactive XML applications.

Start by visiting Introduction to Interactive XML.

When you're ready to look at some Interactive XML code and start scripting yourself, visit Scripting Your Interactive XML Application and refer to the Glossary of Interactive XML Tags (every tag is also listed on the right).

You can also refer to the Interactive XML code for the following demo applications:
  1. '80s Flashback Music Trivia featuring Mark Goodman. This is the application you see at the top of this page. The code is here.
  2. Movie Date Trivia. This application tests your knowledge of famous date scenes in movies. The code is here.
  3. Trivia Demo. This application uses videos of generic responses in the context of a geography trivia game. The code is here.
(Note: If you are using the Chrome browser, you'll have to go to View → Developer → View Source to see the code rendered correctly.)

Feel free to use any of the above code as a starting point for your own application.

Interactivation provides useful media resources for you to include in your application. For details, click here.

In order to make it as easy as possible for you to create and deploy Interactive XML applications, Interactivation provides free hosting of your code and media files. For details, click here.

For information about testing your Interactive XML application, click here.

For information about deploying your Interactive XML application click here.

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