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XML-RPC Spell Checker

  Posted on Tuesday July 31, @08:17PM Pacific
Web Apps XSpell is a spell checker for Web forms. When a user fills in a form and hits a spell-check button, the text input is packaged up by the browser into an XML-RPC message and sent to the spell checker server. The server generates an XML-RPC response containing spelling mistakes it found, and word replacement suggestions for those words. The user's browser parses the response and presents the list of word suggestions to pick from, along with an input box that can be used to type in words not suggested. Alpha software, but very well done. Was inspired by Sjoerd Visscher's XML-RPC Client for David Adams' XML-RPC Speller service.

 
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    Re: XML-RPC Spell Checker

    by The Solution Cafe on Thursday February 14, @11:00AM
    For a spell checker product that is inexpensive and already works, try: HTML Form Spell Checker.
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    Re: XML-RPC Spell Checker

    by The Solution Cafe on Wednesday April 10, @11:03AM
    Also, try out Spell Checker for Internet Explorer
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    • Re: XML-RPC Spell Checker

      by Marvin Mandell on Thursday May 23, @08:30PM
      Can your spell checker be integrated into Opera's browser and e-mail. If not would you know of a source I might contact?

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    Re: XML-RPC Spell Checker

    by John Ferson on Monday July 01, @05:59PM
    Also check out xde's Spell Checker - less expensive and more reliable in my own opinion.

    XDE's Spell Check Server may be installed on NT IIS, Unix derivatives such as Linux and Solaris web sites

    http://xde.net/product_spellchecker.htm
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