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Thurs 31st July - Sun 3rd August 2003
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Peter Ryland

Efficiency in the XML Era

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Historically, web content, no matter how it is generated, is sent to a client as HTML. Many sites use XML and XSL to separate content and style, whilst continuing to allow the client to receive HTML. As more people use web browsers capable of interpreting XML and performing the HTML generation at the client end, we are thus approaching the end of this intermediate stage of web content delivery, and it is perhaps now time to re-assess the methods in which we generate said content.

This paper serves to analyse how current web languages like Java and PHP will handle this approaching era, and offers a new solution called xmldb.


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