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

Tino Wildenhain tino at wildenhain.de
Sun Jul 24 18:33:07 EDT 2005

Am Sonntag, den 24.07.2005, 11:41 -0400 schrieb Brad Clements:
> On 24 Jul 2005 at 12:02, Tino Wildenhain wrote:
> > Is there an online visible example where this works like that?
> > Which clients support xslt like this (e.g. with subrequests)
> Hmm, well this site doesn't cache inner parts of pages, but it does cache 
> some of the course listings, so that toggling between calendar view and 
> list view doesn't re-download the entire list.
> http://nyemtinfo.com
> If you look at "benefits", then look at "howto",
> the actual framework of the two pages are the same and handled by 
> textpage.xsl
> However the text content comes from two different xml files.

Ok I see. Its not actually so much faster but nice to see.
I'm sure google will love your site .-)

> > 
> > How is this different from loading and caching CSS files?
> CSS only effects styles, it is not content.
Thats not correct. CSS is able to change part of the content
or all content as well.

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