Compound Document Format
|Type of format||Document file format|
|Extended from||XML, SVG, XHTML, SMIL, XForms|
Compound Document Format (CDF) is a set of W3C candidate standards describing electronic compound document file formats that contains multiple formats, such as SVG, XHTML, SMIL and XForms. The core standards are the Web Integration Compound Document and the Compound Document by Reference Framework (CDR). As of August 19, 2010, the Compound Document Format working group has been closed, and W3C's development of the standard discontinued.
- Official website
- ARS Technica Feature
- The Standards blog "Putting the OpenDocument Foundation to Bed (without its supper)"
- Marbux "Putting Andy Updegrove to Bed (without his supper)", Setting the Record Straight - Universal Interoperability Council, 6 February 2008
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