Enhydra and XML
simonstl at simonstl.com
Fri Jul 9 14:50:12 BST 1999
One very interesting project that's been making waves lately is Enhydra, an
open-source (FreeBSD-style license) Java/XML application server from
Lutris. I'm still looking it over, but it looks quite intriguing.
They've just released version 2.1, which looks like a very reasonable
alternative to Java Server Pages (JSP). The target output still seems to
be oriented toward HTML, but there is support for XML output as well.
More info at http://www.enhydra.org.
No, I'm not affiliated with them in any way.
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