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ChengWei has 12+ years of experience in full-stack development. He is proficient in technologies such as React Native, Java, PHP, and cross-platform frameworks.
Chris is a full-stack web developer with 5+ years of experience in developing scalable software solutions. He has previously worked on developing automated solutions and integrating them into IoT systems.
Hoang is an AI/ML/SWE enthusiast who has 3+ years of experience working in startups and large corporations. He has performed AI/ML roles at Microsoft, SoftBank, and Fujitsu.
Evgen is a full-stack developer with 10 years of experience in architecting and building responsive web applications. He is highly skilled in technologies like PHP, HTML, etc
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XHTML is an acronym for Extensible HyperText Markup Language. It is the next phase in the internet's evolution. The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) produced XHTML and it facilitates the move from HTML to XML for web developers. Developers can use XHTML to enter the XML world with all of its benefits while remaining assured about the content's backward and future compatibility.
The first document type in the XHTML family, XHTML 1.0, was initially released by the W3C on January 26, 2000. And the next version, XHTML 1.1, was first introduced on May 31, 2001. The XHTML5 specification is an XML adaption of the HTML5 specification that is used as a standard. This isn't the only reason companies hire XHTML developers.
XHTML is used to develop more sophisticated websites because of the great number of applications it can handle. For example, XHTML supports MathML (Math Markup Language), SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics), and users' own markup versions. However, there are only a few browsers that enable such apps.
Hence, companies that hire top XHTML coders make sure they are highly skilled. Furthermore, because XHTML documents are created according to XML principles, XML processing programs may transform an XHTML page into PDF, RSS, or RFT. This allows you to interact with a variety of file types.
What’s more? Though the number of browsers that can handle XHTML is limited, those that do exist are faster due to simpler error-processing procedures. Browsers are currently devoting more processing time to liberal error handling of pages containing incorrect HTML syntax. This will lessen the time it takes for your sites to load, and downloads will be faster as a result.
Companies hire XHTML developers and form development teams with a variety of software development talents as a consequence of these advantages.
Despite the fact that there is a constant need for XHTML developers throughout the world, the recruiting process may be tricky. When it comes to hiring XHTML developers who can bring the greatest value, recruiters typically face challenges. As the need for remote XHTML developers has risen, the hiring process has gotten more challenging.
So, what's the solution? Is it possible to hire the best XHTML engineers fast and inexpensively without sacrificing quality?
Yes, it's entirely feasible.
Businesses can build a team of top remote XHTML developers with Turing in only 4 days.
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