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From Stavros Kounis <>
Subject Re: new GUI techenologies
Date Thu, 09 Jun 2005 20:47:09 GMT
On 6/9/05, Mathew, Manoj <> wrote:
> Hi
>   My company is using applets,xml, xsl and one transformation engine to generate html
pages. They are discussing about going for some enw techenologies to develop more impressive
> Gurus what you guys think about the best one to go for? Pelase keep in mind thta this
si a financal company. So they don't want that flashy ones..
> Toplink???
> thanks
> Matt

hi matt 

if you want to keep the web based approach take a look at cocoon
framework [1]. It's a very powerfull xml/xsl publishing machine.
Inside it live a very good web-form framework (Cocoon Forms)


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