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Subject: FW: Need 3 good reasons why XSLT is better thanJSP+Velocit y
From: Joshua.Kuswadi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2002 11:27:04 +1100
FW:  Need 3 good reasons why XSLT is better thanJSP+Vel
Hi Rob,

> > <opinion type="personal">I expect JSP to be more prevalent than
> XSLT</opinion>
> whoa nelly! I would take a bet on that!
> I know that McGraw Hill and Pearson plc are standardizing on XML/XSL.
> Between these two they own most publishers out there. If you 
> do content
> based stuff, then you would serve your interests MUCH better 
> if you knew
> XSL.
I guess that as part of a finance company using a web site for transactions, the developers around here love Java and need to implement a lot of business logic. I had to introduce XML/XSLT for presentation.

Thinking about publishers, I'm sure that XSLT is the best solution, as it deals with directly presenting data.

Which leads me to a change in my opinion about this whole thread. Use the best technology solution for the current problem. As I stated in a different email, given our requirements, that resulted in a hybrid solution.

Sorry Rob, no bet. ;-)


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