September 15, 2006

Bridge the gap between XML and Ajax with JSON

Anonymous Reader writes "A couple of years ago, many developers bet their futures on XML, XSLT, Extensible HTML (XHTML), and a host of tag-based "X" languages. Now, the new rage is Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (AJAX), and investors' eyes are turning toward data-driven Rich Internet Applications that use JavaScript code. But have developers bridged the gap between XML and this new technology? This article helps answer that question with different approaches for using XSLT V2 to generate JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) from XML data for use in Ajax applications."

Link: ibm.com/developerworks

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