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Great job! That really looks nice. Thanks.
I think that a useful parameter to the stylesheet would be one that
identifies the XML document that is to be the starting configuration. I
can implement that quickly. What other type of parameter were you
thinking of? /Roger
Didier PH Martin wrote:
> Hi Roger,
> I posted the updated "game of life" on my web site. It is now possible to
> see the evolution of the game dynamically. You can check it at:
> What could be useful now is to add parameters in the stylesheet to create
> different configurations. Just declare the parameters at the beginning of
> the stylesheet (global scope) and I'll manage to provide the front end to
> set the params in the stylesheet. Doing so, we will kill several birds at
> the same time:
> a) Show a dynamic system created with stylesheets. Up to now, most of the
> demos are static documents or do not allow several transformation through
> b) Client side transformation techniques. Most of the actual illustrated
> transformation techniques are server side not client side. Unfortunately the
> mainframe ghost came back to life with the web in its present incarnation
> index.html document proves it.
> d) A team work. I am tired of reading the political bullshit that too
> frequently inhabit XML dev. Once in a while its good to see concrete stuff
> and best practice in action :-) (Again, thanks Roger for your initiative,
> and thanks to Len in advance for his intro - a bit of peer pressure Len :-)
> and thanks in advance to anyone who wants to contribute, we will all learn
> in the process.
> You can download the files from:
> To len:
> Len, if you can write an intro, your prose is better than mine (send it to
> me via email and I will update the page and package)
> To all:
> It would be interesting if somebody else tries to port the index.html page
> to Mozilla.
> PS: for those of you curious about the code, please notice that I use
> class, it is a prototype. You can add new function or properties to objects.
> For instance, you'll notice that I added new functions to a <div> element,
> hence expanding its property set at run time. If you are interested with
> such techniques, email me, I am organizing a webcast seminar.
> Didier PH Martin