Document Update Markup Language
DUML itself is very simple, supporting a set of nine manipulations: appendChild, insertBefore, insertAfter, replace, remove. replaceContent, set-attribute, executeScript and queueScript. Since instructions map more or less directly to universally supported methods, the interpreter is correspondingly simple.
The DUML specification itself is generic and not tied directly to HTML based applications and therefore can be used with any XML/DOM based user interface language as long as the client supports a language in which an interpreter can be implemented.
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