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RE: New XPath extension function called xslt()

From: <Toman_Vojtech@emc.com>
Date: Fri, 7 May 2010 09:00:21 -0400
Message-ID: <997C307BEB90984EBE935699389EC41C01589D34@CORPUSMX70C.corp.emc.com>
To: <www-forms@w3.org>
Manfred,

At the moment I can't point you to any publicly available resources. I
have presented the client-side XProc/XForms demo at the DemoJam at XML
Prague earlier this year, but apart from that, we haven't published any
materials about this yet.

The plan is to distribute our XProc implementation as a dual
Java/JavaScript package, but there is still work that needs to be done
to make the JavaScript version ready for a public release. When this
happens, we will most definitely publish some demos and articles on our
EMC Developer Network site (http://developer.emc.com/xmltech).

Regards,
Vojtech

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Manfred Staudinger [mailto:manfred.staudinger@gmail.com]
> Sent: Friday, May 07, 2010 2:34 PM
> To: www-forms@w3.org
> Cc: Toman, Vojtech
> Subject: Re: New XPath extension function called xslt()
> 
> Hi Toman,
> 
> On 07/05/2010, Toman_Vojtech@emc.com <Toman_Vojtech@emc.com> wrote:
> > What might be interesting for the XForms folks is that we have also
> > experimented with combining client-side XProc together with
client-side
> > XForms (using our Formula XForms implementation). Most of the
examples we
> > have revolve around using XForms for adding interactivity to XProc
> > pipelines: for instance, an XForms extension XProc step can be used
for
> > displaying XForms (static or dynamically generated) to the end-user
while
> > executing the pipeline.
> This sounds very interesting indeed and I would like to study those
> examples in detail: can you recommend an URL where to start off?
> 
> Regards,
> Manfred
Received on Friday, 7 May 2010 13:01:01 GMT

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