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- From: Dave Halls <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: email@example.com
- Date: Fri, 13 Nov 1998 10:25:54 +0000
Mark D. Anderson wrote:
> related to the "where are we" thread, i'm wondering if there
> is enough in xml/xsl/dom to have a web page where a user can
> click on their desired appearance, and the page re-arranges, suppresses
> undesired content, and perhaps changes style?
> all on the client side? (i mean in theory based on specs).
> furthermore, could the xml have links inside, and based on the
> chosen style, the UA would decide to load and embed (or not)
> the linked-to resources?
> this capability roughly happens all the time on web sites
> (user "personalization"), but it isn't interactive on the page,
> and requires a roundtrip to the server every time to go fetch
> some pre-formatted html.
We put a demo up a year ago that does this on the client side using
XMLJ, our Standard ML-based XML processing library.
This runs on the JVM in the browser. Uses SAX or DOM-built trees.
for some blurb. Requires Netscape 4 or MSIE 4 (not Mac).
I've recently ported the combinator parser to Java for the
non-functional programmers. When I get shot of the short-term
things I'm doing (I can't believe it's a year since I did the demo),
I'll put something up to read/download. We've switched now
to server-side XML processing, I find it more interesting (my
opinion only of course) and there's loads to do. Also no hassle
with browsers, they really are the most shoddy pieces of software
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