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Re: Client-side XSLT. Re: Bad News on IE6 XML Support
- From: Paul Tchistopolskii <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: David Carlisle <email@example.com>
- Date: Sun, 09 Sep 2001 19:38:07 -0700
> Client side transformations allows you to send semantically rich
> accessable data which is transformed as late as possible to the
> rendering-only form. Server side transformation means you have to send
> low level junk down the wire.
So you call HTML a 'low level junk' ? Or maybe you call SVG 'low level junk' ?
OK, I don't understand why sending "low level junk down the wire" is bad.
Could you educate me, please. *Why* this 'late possible transform'
*is*better*, than 'sending low-level junk down the wire' ?
Why sending, for example, HTML 'low-level junk' down the wire was/is
*bad* idea? I think HTML was *very*good* idea.
I have more things to say, but I'd love to see some particular usecase.