Re: RE: James Clark: XML versus the Web
On 12/15/10 8:01 PM, Henri Sivonen wrote: > Which implementations support a reflecting incremental input updates in the output? Given everything that XSLT lets you do, how can the contribution of a piece of input to the output be tracked in a practical way? > Microsoft's InfoPath works this way, using XSLT to establish 2-way bindings between the source XML and the HTML editing view. So did Ephox EditLive! for XML (now defunct?). I haven't used Xopus, but I hear that it also uses XSLT in this same way. There are some constraints on how you must write the XSLT to get the bindings to work (InfoPath also uses additional annotations on the XSLT), but nothing too onerous. I believe in all of the above cases only XSLT 1.0 is supported. XSLT 2.0 poses additional challenges, what with the ability to create temporary result trees and what not. Evan -- Evan Lenz Lenz Consulting Group, Inc. http://lenzconsulting.com
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