Last post Nov 08, 2010 10:12 PM by decker dong - msft
Nov 05, 2010 12:43 PM|bailey_james4|LINK
Is anybody building new web sites using xsl/xml/html still? I mean, isn't this old and dead technology by now? Aren't most people using jquery/xml, asp.net forms, and other techniques these days? I have a developer on my team that insists it's still valid
technology. It's horrendous to maintain. Cannot step into the code, css is all over. Too many files.
Nov 05, 2010 01:32 PM|DotNet Duke|LINK
Yes, As per my knowledge many still uses HTML/XML/XSL for new websites too.., also it depends on peoples interest and their familiarity in those topics.
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Nov 08, 2010 10:12 PM|Decker Dong - MSFT|LINK
In fact, xml or xsl, as a special form of data stored in a text plain file, is used often in asp.net as an important part of it.
You can see the web.config is just an xml file to organize the whole proj, and we can sometimes use xml or store some simple
things (Serialize or Deserialize)... And xsl or xslt will help to to validate the formation of an xml...