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Re: terra incognita

Re:  terra incognita
Gavin Thomas Nicol wrote:

> You might want to have a look at some (now somewhat dated) papers I wrote on 
> this... I called the idea XSL Beans. Essentially, it takes the perspective 
> that XSLT can be used to take a declaration/serialization of an object, and 
> instantiate a new object from it. Looking at it that way, XML is used to 
> instantiate a model, and XSLT is used to instantiate a new object 
> heirarchy/graph from that (not necessarily just views).  In that world, a 
> "bean" is made up of an XML instance (the data), and one or more XSLT 
> stylesheets that create views/applications.

I have also published a proposal to defined the instantiation of Java 
objects in XSLT transformations a while ago...



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