[xsl] [XSL] XSL Browser Integration
Subject: [xsl] [XSL] XSL Browser Integration|
From: Alain <alainb06@xxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 14 Sep 2007 23:15:20 +0200
Thanks for your answers.
I forgot a precision with my question; I was asking for a solution with
you can do it but then why would I bother learning XSL when I can do it
Im sorry for that politically-incorrect question, and I hope you dont
believe Im so naive!
On the contrary, Im pretty sure XML/XSL *CAN* be *THE* future of the
Web (client-side), meaning next /useful/ step after XHTML. Thats
because XHTML doesnt bring much immediate benefit by itself compared to
HTML4.01, whereas XSL does.
So the facts are:
- In *any* Web-related language (I know), client-side or server-side,
you can access the URI or things like user preferred language without
resorting to other programming languages.
- That is not possible with XSL (*alone*).
- There is no W3C or other organism (ECMA, ISO) normalization about
XSL-browser integration, not even a draft.
The facts being even less politically correct than I am, I apologize in
advance for the next question; but having stated facts, it becomes
logical to ask.
Does W3C, and you, experts readers of this list, view XSL *MOSTLY* as a
Thanks for your interest to this subject.
That is nice, but you still need another language to feed in the params
don't you ?
> Michael Kay
M. David Peterson - Thu, 13 Sep 2007 16:27:48 -0600
Alain - Fri, 14 Sep 2007 23:15:20 +0200 <=