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Re: Where is XML going
- From: COUTHURES Alain <email@example.com>
- To: Philip Fennell <Philip.Fennell@marklogic.com>
- Date: Wed, 08 Dec 2010 16:58:44 +0100
XSLTForms already has an XPath transform function. I used it to
dynamically generate SVG graphs at client-side:
Le 08/12/2010 12:42, Philip Fennell a écrit :
> The main drawback seems to be that
it's hard to
parameterize it, that is,
> to make anything dependent on data
content or user
I’d say you’d want to consider what is being
for the xf:transform action in XForms. Currently, XForms has
all the pieces
necessary to do this bar the invoking of the transform, but
that is already
available as an extension in some implementations. With
XForms it doesn’t
all come out of a single element, you need to define an
instance for the data
and some events that trigger actions and something with
which to bind the
result to the view. But then that’s probably why it is
parameterize all in one element.
Personally, I'd like to see an inline
This would be a display tag that would
load the data either
from a server or from a block of XML in the client, then
would apply they
associated stylesheet to that data in order to provide
output that would
replace the current child content.
I've been thinking about doing something like this as an
alternative to having
seems to be that
it's hard to parameterize it, that is, to make anything
dependent on data
content or user input.
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