From: Eric Merritt <cyberlync@ya...> - 2002-11-07 14:11:28
> --- isaac gouy <igouy@...> wrote:
> 1) This comparison of different template system
> pretty reasonable to me, hope it clarifies some
Dataset driven templates have always gotten my
> 2) This is a tiny unrepresentative data point:
> "I think (or at least hope) that the use of
> templating languages will decline, and be
> replaced by good programmatic
> generation of structural HTML,
Automatic generation of the HTML will only work
in areas that have a tight scope.
For example, it would be fairly easy to set
up a generation scheme for a
database driven application, provided a few
descriptives. I am not so sure about more
dynamic/free form applications, like a
multimedia site or a web based mud.
> 3) For web applications / web services, explicit
> support for sessions/transactions would be a big
> forward, like:
> - JWIG http://www.brics.dk/JWIG/intro.html
> - Seaside http://beta4.com/seaside2/
I agree sessions are a must. I have never used
non-database transactions however.
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> > 3) For web applications / web services, explicit
> > support for sessions/transactions would be a big
> > step
> > forward, like:
> > - JWIG http://www.brics.dk/JWIG/intro.html
> > - Seaside http://beta4.com/seaside2/
> I agree sessions are a must. I have never used
> non-database transactions however.
I dunno if you guys have seen the yaws_session_server yet ?
The shopcart example use it.
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