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Kip Hampton : XML and modern CGI applications

"I was initially skeptical of CGI::XMLApplication. As a card-carrying AxKit user I've grown accustomed to its speedy mod_perl foundation, and I've gotten quite comfortable generating my dynamic database-driven XML content using AxKit's eXtensible Server Pages implementation. The reality is, though, that the luxury of a dedicated XML publishing/application server like AxKit is beyond the reach and need of many developers. There is a large gap between the "just print it" of traditional CGI scripts and the high-octane XML-centric goodness of tools like AxKit. CGI::XMLApplication fills that gap nicely."

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David Mertz : Using CSS2 to display XML documents ←  → Movable Thoughts #14