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What is XQuery doing wrong and why does it get ignored !?

Pavel Minaev int19h at gmail.com
Thu Jul 22 00:52:35 PDT 2010

  What is XQuery doing wrong and why does it get 
	ignored !?
On Wed, Jul 21, 2010 at 11:20 PM, Daniela Florescu <http://x-query.com/mailman/listinfo/talk> wrote:
> Bottom line is: the programming asymmetry between client and server costs
> companies lots of money.
> Any app is implemented twice (or more, depending on how many mobile
> platforms).
> They'll do anything to change that.

They are doing things to change that. See below.

> Either
> (a) client side programming will move to server -- see all the efforts put
> into having sever side Javascript.
> (to which I say: good luck to process my TBs of data)
> or
> (b) server side programming will move to client. Honestly, among the viable
> server side programming languages
> that *could* move to client, XQuery is the only kid in town. Or maybe I am
> missing something.

Microsoft Volta

This has been going for quite a while. In the list above, WebSharper
is probably the most impressive in terms of the transparency that it
can achieve - definitely have a look at that


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