Bill la Forge
b.laforge at jxml.com
Fri Oct 9 20:59:30 BST 1998
From: Tyler Baker <tyler at infinet.com>
>> This again allow for greater integration with the DOM without either
>> precluding or excluding the use of SAX.
>Is this a goal? Why should we be working with the DOM for DOM's sake. I
>don't see the reason why the DOM is necessary here and I consider it to be
>intermediary form of bloar.
We may be driving towards fundamentally different things.
I am not sure if there is a significant overlap.
I see XObject as being founded in the DOM for navigation,
with a set of bindings which transforms a document into a
composition of components which themselves are an active
aspect of the application:
document + bindings + classes = application-specific agent
This approach precludes many things. It is not generic to
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