Cement Shoes for XML?

Simon St.Laurent simonstl at simonstl.com
Wed Sep 2 04:38:00 BST 1998

Some of you may be interested in my latest essay, "Cement Shoes for XML?",
which explores some reasons why client-side XML support, at least in the
dominant browsers, may be slow in coming or perhaps worse.  Hopefully, I
haven't said anything too rude, but it's the result of several weeks of
frustration brought on by reading articles about how slow and/or broken the
development efforts in the current browsers appear to be.

Developers planning on using server-side tools to send XML to browser clients
will probably find it most alarming. (Myself included.)

The essay is posted at:

Simon St.Laurent
Dynamic HTML: A Primer / XML: A Primer
Cookies / Sharing Bandwidth (November)

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