RFCs in navigable form
17:50, 11 Jun 2001 UTC | Simon St.Laurent

Developers weary of handling plain text IETF RFCs may enjoy the navigable HTML versions the Zvon group announced.

The new site allows readers to navigate 263 RFCs, and more are being added daily. The site uses frames to allow users to navigate RFCs from their table of contents.

The site also cross-references RFCs, and marks RFCs which have become obsolete, providing links to the RFC which has replaced them.

While the W3C is home to many XML-related specifications, the IETF is home to some key XML-related specifications, including RFC 3023, on XML Media Types, and a wide variety of specifications for URIs, including RFC 2396.

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