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Subject cvs commit: xml-cocoon/samples index.xml
Date Mon, 03 Jan 2000 01:35:49 GMT
stefano     00/01/02 17:35:49

  Modified:    samples  index.xml
  new XSP + VRML samples
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.4       +28 -0     xml-cocoon/samples/index.xml
  Index: index.xml
  RCS file: /home/cvs/xml-cocoon/samples/index.xml,v
  retrieving revision 1.3
  retrieving revision 1.4
  diff -u -r1.3 -r1.4
  --- index.xml	1999/12/16 11:40:56	1.3
  +++ index.xml	2000/01/03 01:35:48	1.4
  @@ -22,6 +22,29 @@
    <group name="Dynamic content Generation">
  +  <sample name="First XSP Page" url="xsp/page.xml?message=Hello%20World!">
  +   This page shows the power of XSP technology with Java logic. In this page
  +   logic and content are mixed.
  +  </sample>
  +  <sample name="First XSP Page (pure content version)" url="xsp/clean-page.xml?message=Hello%20World!">
  +   This page generates the exact same output, but it's created by XSL-transforming
  +   a pure-content page into an XSP page, thus providing a complete separation
  +   between content and logic. Note that the transformation needed to generate
  +   the XSP page is compiled in, and for this reason it's not executed at request
  +   time. This is due to the fact that unlike other server pages technologies,
  +   XSP are written to be fully integrated with the XML model and languages.
  +  </sample>
  +  <sample name="First XSP Page (namespace library version)" url="xsp/lib-page.xml?message=Hello%20World!">
  +   This page generates the exact same output, but it's created by applying
  +   namespace-driven element libraries instead of applying directly an XSLT
  +   logicsheet. This allows easier reuse of what is usually called a "tag library"
  +   to create equivalent functionalities of other logic-free tag-driven
  +   dynamic content generation technologies (such as, for example, 
  +   Allaire's ColdFusion or Ricoh's PIA).
  +  </sample>
     <sample name="DCP using Java" url="dcp/java/sample-page.xml">
      This page shows how you can use Cocoon to generate dynamic content using
      XML processing instructions to trigger Java logic execution.
  @@ -53,6 +76,11 @@
    <group name="New media for your web site">
  +  <sample name="VRML" url="vrml/hello.xml">
  +   In this example, we show how Cocoon is able to generate virtual reality
  +   models by applying the appropriate stylesheet to an XML page.
  +  </sample>
     <sample name="Web and WAP" url="wap/example-portfolio.xml">
      In this example, we show how Cocoon is able to understand which browser
      is requesting the page and applies a different stylesheet to the same

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