[ZPT] XSLT version of TAL, pushing caching to the client

Brad Clements bkc at murkworks.com
Fri Jul 22 12:49:30 EDT 2005

On 22 Jul 2005 at 12:24, David Pratt wrote:

> In zope3, there will be all kinds of ways to adapt content in whatever  
> flavor you want through adapters. So when you publish your site,  
> perhaps this is most likely the xslt will happen so that through apache  
> you are looking only at the rendered result leaving so fuss, no muss  
> for client side applications.

One of the advantages of sending xml and xslt to the client is that 
caching of "micro content" occurs on the client, thereby allowing the end-
user experience to be improved through faster page loading.

So, converting xml to html on the server is, at least in the way I use it, a 
fallback for downlevel web clients.

Brad Clements,                bkc at murkworks.com    (315)268-1000
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