Welcome to XMCL


Central to the goal of xmcl.org is to serve the need for a central repository for XMCL initiatives and innovation enabled with this standard, including open source XMCL projects.

Digital media commerce requires the integration of rights management systems with proprietary, often incompatible, back-end systems such as e-commerce management, customer relationship management, and asset management. In order to create interoperable digital commerce, including cross-system rights management, rights holders and retailers need a set of standard business rules to define the parameters of media usage — for example, establishing that a piece of content be viewed a certain number of times per payment.

The XMCL Initiative endorsed today by many industry leaders proposes a standard business rule definition language providing rights holders the ability to take existing media business models – such as purchase, rental, video-on-demand, and subscription services – and deploy them on the Internet to generate new commerce opportunities.

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Release HTML5

HTML 5 is one of the newer standards in the field of web designing. It is the successor of HTML 4.01, which was released in the year 1999. There are so many additional features in the upgraded version and almost all the modern browsers support them.

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Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol

XMPP (Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol) is a messaging protocol for products based on XML. It provides online access to messaging of extensible data of different types among a few or more XMPP entities in one network. It is widely used in software development companies like VEProf for messaging applications.

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Computer security

Computer security is one of the major issues in wide applications of the network. Cloud computing Security is the network based security system to have proper access. There are various security problems in the cloud computing.

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