Titanium: Atom 1.0 Reader Object Model (version 1.4)
Titanium provides the application programmer with a Atom 1.0 Object Model. The object model can be referenced in any .Net 3.5 Solution by adding a reference to the "Atom Reader.dll". The object model can be instantiated by creating an instance of the AtomReader class, which requires the full location of the Atom XML document. The AtomReader can either be used to create a new Atom model or read existing models from a XML DOM or source file.
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