Subject: [xsl] [XSL] XSL Browser Integration|
From: Alain <alainb06@xxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 16 Sep 2007 11:15:11 +0200
Robert Koberg wrote :
Does W3C, and you, experts readers of this list, view XSL *MOSTLY* as a server-side technology?
You seem to be mostly trolling, but no, [snip]
I have in mind several use-case where XSL gives you a *BIG *bonus when used client-side compared to other existent technos, but these use-case would be irrelevant if they were an obvious reason why XSL should be mostly server-side... And I don't want to bother you with irrelevant things!
Scott Trenda says Mostly server-side (unreliable on client-side) Robert Koberg says Both sides (+ must use other techno, so better browser integration is low priority) David Peterson says Both (+ needs better browser integration) Alain Benedetti says Both (+ browser integration is high priority)
Correct me if I misinterpreted your thoughts, and don't hesitate to give your opinion on the question!
And sorry if a question with "no code" looks quite unusual here! /[Oops, is that trolling?] /Personally, when I manage to understand the "philosophy" that's behind the scene I make bigger steps than looking at some code (which is still useful to get good ideas), such as the example with : "Think loops run in parallel" was a giant step with "no code"!