Oomph: A Microformat Toolkit

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Microformats are cool -- more than cool -- they're about enhancing the web, representing data using HTML. Targeted at web developers and designers, Oomph makes it easier to create, consume, and style Microformats. Oomph is an amalgamation of applications: an Internet Explorer Add-in written in C++; a cross-browser HTML overlay written in JQuery; a Virtual Earth visualization that geocodes on the fly; a set of beautiful CSS styles; and more. Hear how and why we built it, as well as how you can be part of the burgeoning Microformat movement.
  • Karsten Januszewski



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