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Re: XML support in browsers?

  • From: Manos Batsis <manos_lists@geekologue.com>
  • To: xml-dev@lists.xml.org
  • Date: Mon, 08 Jun 2009 19:56:35 +0300

Re:  XML support in browsers?

It's probably clear that whatever the definition of "web community" 
actually is, from any perspective, it's members adopt or reject XSLT 
depending on circumstance. However, I don't think XSLT has failed to 
penetrate that community by any measure.

Most web people understand XSLT is the best at what it does and the web 
community in general (both server and client side devs) have 
experimented with it and have worked a lot to make the technology more 
easily accessible and productively useful, something one would expect 
from, e.g. middleware or browser vendors.

Overall I'd say the "web community" has used XSLT and has worked on 
higher level tools a lot more than the rest of the world...



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