Subject: [xsl] <quote>XSL is NOT easy</quote>|
From: "Karl Stubsjoen" <kstubs@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 25 Jun 2007 22:05:17 -0700
Okay, I do not understand: just where and when did XSLT get such a bum rap? I just do not understand, at all, the (below) opinion on the language. This persons comment (a colleague) is in response to a templated XSLT solution I wrote for our organization. The solution is 100% XSLT for the front end (web) presentation layer, and 100% C# classes for middle and backend layers. It encapsulates a number of important business objects and processes, hence making life for the developer simpler...
<comment_begin> I have made this 'argument' to Karl S. before regarding the usage of XSL to create web pages. I have done and entire site this way and while it was technically satisfying it is in no way easy to maintain and it is yet another technology path the needs to be learned and learned well: XSL is NOT easy if you want to code professionally in it. It IS easy to use XSL but not well. .... </comment_ent>