The goal of XMLVM is to offer a flexible and extensible cross-compiler toolchain. Instead of cross-compiling on a source code level, XMLVM cross-compiles byte code instructions from Sun Microsystem's virtual machine and Microsoft's Common Language Runtime. The benefit of this approach is that byte code instructions are easier to cross-compile and the difficult parsing of a high-level programming language is left to a regular compiler. In XMLVM, byte code-based programs are represented as XML documents. This allows manipulation and translation of XMLVM-based programs using advanced XML technologies such as XSLT, XQuery, and XPath.
10 Aug 2011
XMLVM now features a comprehensive tutorial for iOS and Android development: http://xmlvm.org/tutorial/
2 Jun 2011
XMLVM will be featured at OSCON: http://goo.gl/3lubf
3 Feb 2011
XMLVM presentation at the Microsoft Software
Arno will talk about XMLVM at the Microsoft Software Summit 2011. For details see http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/cambridge/events/ss2011/
9 Oct 2010
XMLVM featured at SAP TechEd
Arno will feature XMLVM at SAP's TechEd conference in Las Vegas on 10/17.
9 Sep 2010
Apple changes Developer Program License
Very good news come out of Cupertino today: Apple relaxed their infamous section 3.3.1, allowing other development tools back into the AppStore. Read Apple's statement at http://xmlvm.org/r/?url=@apple1 and follow our discussion on the mailing list at http://xmlvm.org/r/?url=@ml1