Drupal

Laszlo OPML Drupal Taxonomy Site Map Browser

Here's a simple Laszlo application, based on Max Carlson's tree control from myLaszlo. It's an OPML Browser that lets you browse the site map generated by my OPML Site Map Based on Drupal Taxonomy. It's an easy to understand example of OpenLaszlo programming -- here's the source code.

OPML Site Map Based on Drupal Taxonomy

I've just implemented a Drupal module that renders an OPML site map, based on the sitemenu taxonomy tree.

Each taxonomy term has an outline node, which contains child nodes. The first child shows the term's description, and has a link to the term's web page. Subsequent children are links to articles directly related to that term, followed by recursive outlines of sub-terms.

Dave Winer put my OPML site map feed into his OPML World Outline, where you can browse it as html, and OPML Search has automatically indexed the content on my site! That's quite cool, and it's just the tip of the iceberg -- many interesting applications are possible!

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