Ad: small app + article (XML/DSSSL).

Henning Behme hb at
Mon Feb 23 13:01:46 GMT 1998


we (iX Magazine  in Germany) have put an article online (in German,
though - I'll try to provide an English version asap) that introduces a
small XML application and shows how its data is being converted into
HTML using James Clark's Jade. The app is a tiny attempt to display
literary history in terms of authors (when born &c.) and explains two
DSSSl style sheets which a) show the toc and b) list details of a
(chosen) author. Those of you who read German may try (if interested :-)

The app itself is online, too (toc and single author by now; I am
working on century-oriented lists and the like)

toc is static, author is done on the fly using Jade. I thought it would
be better this way than to generate all the files for the authors,
although this, of course, means waiting for a short while :-)

Best regards,


Henning Behme

iX - Magazin fuer professionelle Informationstechnik
Helstorfer Str. 7 * 30625 Hannover * Germany * +49 511 5352-374 * -361 (Fax)
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