.BML File Extension

.BML File Extension

File Type 1

Bean Markup Language File

Developer N/A
Popularity
4.1  |  15 Votes
Category Web Files
Format N/A

What is a BML file?

A BML file is a webpage written in the Bean Markup Language (BML). BML is based on the Bean Scripting Framework (BSF), which is a set of Java classes that provide scripting language support within Java applications.

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BSF allows .JSP files to be written in languages other than Java, with access to the Java class library. BML files use BSF to process Java beans in event handlers and other embedded scripts.

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Programs that open BML files

Windows
View in a Web browser
Edit with a text editor
Mac
View in a Web browser
Edit with a text editor
Linux
View in a Web browser
Edit with a text editor
Run with an IBM or Apache server with BSF support
Updated January 11, 2021
File Type 2

Braille 2000 Braille File

Developer Computer Application Specialties Company
Popularity
3.0  |  3 Votes
Category Text Files
Format N/A

What is a BML file?

Braille file created by Computer Application Specialties Company (CASC) Braille 2000, a text editor for braille; contains braille markup language, which is similar to XML but appears in braille.

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Braille 2000 converts print spellings to ASCII Braille in BML files. XML properties, such as tags, are represented as BML properties, such as BML tags. This allows blind persons who can read and type braille to create braille XML pages.

To create a BML file in CASC Braille 2000, select New → Braille File, name the file, select "Braille2000 Braille File (bml)" from the file type drop down menu, and click OK.

To open an BML file in CASC Braille 2000, select Open → Braille File, navigate to the file, and click Open.

Programs that open BML files

Windows
Updated March 25, 2014

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