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   Re: [xml-dev] Xopus Explained (was: Re: [xml-dev] xml editors)

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Very interesting! I just visited  your site, watched the flash and tried 
the demos. Xopus has come along very nicely! very cool product

Some questions:

- where do the transformations occur - client-side or server-side?
- can regions of the page be uneditable?
- how do you handle the XSL document function?


Laurens van den Oever wrote:

> Bob Foster wrote:
>>Thanks for this. Seems a bold conception of the problem and a 
>>non-trivial implementation. I shall have to try Xopus.
> Thanks, it has taken us almost 4 years and numerous attempts to develop
> the process. And there still is a lot of work to be done.
>>I assume, but you didn't say, that a CSS stylesheet applied to the 
>>output XML isn't a problem for Xopus, and, separately, that XHTML
> output 
>>is ok, too?
> Xopus does support CSS styled XML. Since Xopus is browser based, we're
> using the IE rendering capabilities. 
> Xopus does support XHTML output as well. Xopus needs well-formed XML
> output from the XSL pipeline. Therefore non well-formed HTML is not
> supported.
> Additionally, Xopus supports dynamic elements like Javascript and Flash
> in the output XHTML.
> Laurens van den Oever
> Q42
> http://q42.nl
> http://xopus.com


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