Re: XML DB - anything new and interesting?
Rob, Robert Koberg wrote: > > Are you comfortable using XQuery as your templating language? I am very > interested in using XQuery in an aggregation layer, not so much as a > templating language which is where the products (at least eXist and > MarkLogic) seem to want you to go. > I wouldn't recommend using XQuery as a templating language for web applications, and I don't think most people out there are using XQuery this way either. With XRX: * You use XHTML+XForms as your templating language. * You use REST and XQuery to interface with services and XML databases. Alex ----- Orbeon Forms - Web 2.0 Forms, open-source, for the Enterprise http://www.orbeon.com/ -- View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/XML-DB---anything-new-and-interesting--tp18342032p18389250.html Sent from the Xml.org Dev mailing list archive at Nabble.com.
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