Re: Interactive XML

Subject: Re: Interactive XML
From: Carlos A Elizondo <cae@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 23 Jun 1998 16:51:05 -0600
I second this opinion. I have been experimenting with various
implementations of client/server parsers. The implementations
that I have found are very varied and need some direction. These
isssues should be addressed from the get go.

Bill Lindsey wrote:

> The working draft of the requirements summary for XSL [1] speaks
> to the need to support interactive behaviors with mention made
> of input events, forms, and the editing of structured documents.
> The initial submission to the W3C [2] appears to focus solely
> on static rendering.  So far, the discussion here has a similar
> focus.
> I can see a huge value in having a vendor and platform neutral,
> declarative language for specifying user interfaces to structured
> data.  In fact, I'm looking at a great potential application
> in the health care field right now.  I'm curious if others
> share that view, and how much thought and work has gone into
> this aspect of XSL so far.  Is this a version 1.0 issue? Or
> does it wait till we get hung punctuation nailed?
> Just curious,
> Bill
> [1]
> [2]
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