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Re: Where is XML going

  • From: "Simon St.Laurent" <simonstl@simonstl.com>
  • To: COUTHURES Alain <alain.couthures@agencexml.com>
  • Date: Sun, 05 Dec 2010 16:43:31 -0500

Re:  Where is XML going
On 12/5/10 4:39 PM, COUTHURES Alain wrote:
> Web developers now use frameworks to process data to obtain, for
> example, sortable tables with filters. There is only Javascript at
> browser-side and JSON is easier for frameworks developers. But there is
> no standardization in data format between frameworks which can even mix
> functions with data. Choose the wrong framework for your web application
> and you will have to rewrite it completely.
> JSON is worse than XML 1.0 for graphs and a new notation with its
> associated query language would surely help to have small autonomous
> databases in browsers which could even be used offline.

How much (deliberate) graph processing is actually taking place in 
browsers these days?

Most of what I've seen that's even close is visualization, but I must be 
missing something.

Simon St.Laurent

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