Re: Why Core Flow Objects

Subject: Re: Why Core Flow Objects
From: Paul Prescod <papresco@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 13 Apr 1998 19:01:00 -0400
Francois Belanger wrote:
> Since I have control of servers but not of clients, I saw XSL as a way to
> put XML to work *right now* by parsing an XML grove on server-side on the
> fly and delivering it into different formats (HTML yes, but also email,
> DHTML for IE or for Navigator, HTML for palmtops, etc.).

Well, particular implementations of XML may have extensions that allow
you to use it this way. Plus there are dozens of other languages that do
transformations of XML on the server. These include DSSSL, Python, C++,
Perl and Java.

 Paul Prescod  -

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