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From Yves Vindevogel <>
Subject Re: Cocoon and OpenLaszlo
Date Tue, 30 Aug 2005 15:43:17 GMT
You simply start with a definition in Laszlo.  For creating a simple 
HTML, you just write an XSL around the Laszlo file.
It's some work, but at least you have a decent start, given that you 
have all the components in Laszlo that you must render to html.
At least you know where you start.

On 30 Aug 2005, at 15:31, Sebastien Arbogast wrote:

>> So i don't think you have to make a choice, you just have to structure
>> your logical documents thinking a bit about how laszlo works.
> Yes but do you think it's really possible to design your logical
> documents to fit such different paradigms as the ones of HTML and
> Laszlo ? The main discrepancy I see is that an HTML page must be built
> once and for all (except if it uses AJAX to load data but it's still
> an exception), whereas with Laszlo, it's very common to have different
> window's extract information from different sources after the
> application has been loaded through the different RPC API's.
> -- 
> Sébastien Arbogast
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Met vriendelijke groeten,
Bien à vous,
Kind regards,

Yves Vindevogel

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