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RE: Client-side XSLT. Re: Bad News on IE6 XML Support
- From: Chris Bayes <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: email@example.com
- Date: Tue, 11 Sep 2001 07:38:32 +0100
> That's why I constantly ask for particular examples of
> client-side XSLT in production, not about 'what could be
Have a look at the beer tutorials on my site. The same data is
transformed in many ways on the client without having to return to the
server. There are 3 or 4 different views, column sorting, filtering and
an SVG view. If this was implemented serverside then you would be sat
there for minutes waiting for the results. Going by the feedback I get
people are using this in production. Maybe they are only using it in
intranet/extranet solutions at the moment because of the failings of
netscape but that will change.
> application with some funny interperter that was created for
> another purpose ( XSLT ) ? Sounds a bit *strange*.
What planet are you living on? Xslt was created for transforming xml.
Would using it on a server as you recommend change the perpose for which
it was created?