Action Sheets, stylesheets, and MVC

Daniel B. Austin daniela at
Fri Jul 10 01:49:11 BST 1998


    It is already being written. I pointed this out to the XSL WG during the
f2f meeting. It is actually a very powerful concept that can be widely
to several classes of information architectures.



Daniel Austin, Director of Development, Creative Services, CNET
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"To change the old into the new, and the shapes of things to come..."

-----Original Message-----
From: John Cowan <cowan at>
To: XML Dev <xml-dev at>
Date: Thursday, July 09, 1998 3:09 PM
Subject: Action Sheets, stylesheets, and MVC

>It occurred to me the other day that an XML document, a stylesheet
>for rendering it, and an Action Sheet for responding to events
>associated with it, represent an instance of the well-known
>Model-View-Controller paradigm.
>There's a paper here somewhere.
>John Cowan cowan at
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