Need good approach for XML-based presentations

James L Weaver JLWeaver at
Fri Mar 20 16:25:15 GMT 1998

James L Weaver at DELCO on 03-20-98 10:56:15 AM

In the past, I've developed the content of my presentations using HTML, and
displayed them with a JavaScript/frames-based engine.  XML seems to be the
next logical step for this concept, so I would like to know if there are
any tools for this.  The presentations aren't complicated; usually just
slide titles, bullet items, images, and links to external pages.  Is this
best handled by creating the content in XML and a style sheet that would be
flexible enough to display the slides, or would some type of Java or
JavaScript engine still be required?

Thank you,

James L. Weaver
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