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From "Arje Cahn" <A...@hippo.nl>
Subject RE: Avalon+XSLT+Mozilla = The Wobzilla-editor
Date Wed, 15 Oct 2003 14:17:20 GMT
> Wobzilla is a Mozilla Application with XForms-like and also
> document-centric editing capabilities. It is written in JavaScript and
> most processing is done without server-interaction.

Sounds good! I need that.

> Wobzilla doesn't use a XSLT-processor it just borrows the 
> XSLT-concept and
> -syntax. In fact the Wobzilla-language is just an 
> Avalon-configuration written
> in XSLT-syntax. This approach facilitates a very declarative and
> side-effect-free way of designing user-interfaces.

Why is that? Why don't you use plain XSLT?
Could it be possible to generate the wobzilla-language from standard XSLT so I can stick to
my existing XSLT templates?

Arje

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