Re: [xsl] Introducing myself to the list

Subject: Re: [xsl] Introducing myself to the list
From: "Adam Retter adam.retter@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx" <xsl-list-service@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 21 Nov 2015 14:18:44 -0000
As well as the excellent SaxonCE you might like to also look at Frameless.
On 21 Nov 2015 12:37, "G. Ken Holman g.ken.holman@xxxxxxxxx" <
xsl-list-service@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Welcome to the list!
> Have you considered experimenting with the Saxon/CE product?
> This implements client-side XSLT 2.0 in modern browsers.  You will find
> XSLT 2.0 far better than XSLT 1.0.
> My own experimentation with Saxon/CE is realized on this page I created
> for my fellow members of a standards committee:
> I, too, use Python as my programming language of choice for anything
> non-XML-related.  But if the input is XML I have come to believe XSLT is
> the only way to go to process it.  And Saxon/CE means you don't have to
> give up on XSLT 2.0 if you need do client-side processing or to create
> interactive web sites based on XML content.
> I'm confident that if you are interested in XML processing, XSLT will do
> wonderful things for you.  I built a career and then retired on the success
> of teaching and implementing XSLT and XSL-FO for clients around the world.
> It was a wonderful run!
> Good luck!
> . . . . . . . . Ken
> At 2015-11-21 05:31 +0000, Kevin Veroneau kevin@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
>> Hello everyone,
>>   My name is obviously Kevin, and I joined this group due to my interest
>> in XSLT/XML technology.  I am mainly using on the browser client side of
>> things, so I am limited to version 1.0 of XSLT.
>>   My main programming language of choice is Python, of which I have been
>> using since 2010.  I use python for both general application programming
>> and of course Web development. Python is my goto language for almost
>> everything.
>>   My operating system of choice at both home and work is Linux.  At work,
>> I use RedHat enterprise Linux, and at home my preference since 2002 is
>> always Debian.
>>   My occupation is a Build and release developer for a product only the
>> Europeans here may know of, Neteller.  At work I currently don't use XSLT,
>> but I am trying to incorporate it in various projects I work on, where it
>> can be useful.
>>   I am currently in the planning stages of developing a client side only
>> blogging platform written entirely in XML using XSLT for templating.  A
>> couple years back I was in the process of converting one of my then
>> somewhat popular blogs, PythonDiary, to use XSLT entirely and browser based
>> XSLT templating.  I never ended fulfilling thIs unfortunately.
>>  I personally see a huge value in client side XSLT transformations, as it
>> vastly reduces both server load and minimizes overall bandwidth for both
>> the server and client side. I see XSLT as a very efficient content delivery
>> system with lots of potential.
>>  After a few days of research, it doesn't seem like any major browser
>> players plan to deprecate browser based XSLT transformation.  Even
>> Microsoft's Edge browser supports XSLT, as even Microsoft sees value in
>> supporting it on the client side.
>>   So that's my introduction, questions?
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