mike at saxonica.com
Mon Jan 3 20:02:36 PST 2011
On 03/01/2011 16:54, Fourny Ghislain wrote:
> Dear all,
> Last year, at XML Prague 2010, we presented our latest release of the XQuery in the Browser plugin. While the audience seemed enthusiastic about this idea, using a plugin was seen as insurmountable obstacle to a wider adoption of using XQuery on the client layer.
> So we decided to get rid of the plugin.
> A preview of some samples is available under http://www.xqib.org/js
> More information (supported browsers, how to write your own XQuery code…) is available under http://www.xqib.org
> Your feedback is welcome.
As far as I can see, the architecture is the same as I'm using to get
XSLT 2.0 on the browser
is impressive - for XSLT 2.0 I'm having difficulty getting it much below
900Kb. Any feedback would be welcome on (a) how to reduce the size, and
(b) how important you think the size is. (Do you, for example, partition
the executable so that the code for "big" functions like
normalize-unicode() is downloaded on demand?)
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