New Issue of Digital Web Magazine
November 17, 2004 at 11:05 PM
This week's issue of Digital Web Magazine is another special double issue. In this issue we have a article by Ken Westin on XSLT. Don't worry, you won't fry your brain when reading it, it's a very well written and easy to understand article. It is entitled An Introduction to Client-Side XSLT: It's Not Just for Server Geeks Anymore. Also in this week's issue, and by overwhelming popular demand, Dirk Knemeyer returns with a follow-up article, The End of Usability Culture, Redux. This is the second article in his new column entitled Innovating the Web Experience. And please don't forget to add your two cents to this week's readership question. See this post for details. Thank you for reading.
It's good to see DW drawing some more attention to XML/XSLT. I have been using it on and off for years now, and my company are now using it as the backbone to a new templating engine that will run on our new site. I have believed for a while that this is the next logical step in the seperation process. As can be shown in this entry on my site.