Re: Interactive XML

Subject: Re: Interactive XML
From: Sharon Adler <sca@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 25 Jun 1998 21:37:22 -0400
For me behaviors are very important.  No it does not have to wait until we
get hung punctuation nailed (but you should respect that hung punctuation is
as important to some people as behaviors are to you.


Sharon Adler

At 03:57 PM 6/23/98 -0600, 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
>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,
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