[REBOL] Re: template driven development? Re: Rebol Server Pages
From: yeksoon:myrealbox at: 9-Oct-2002 13:22
At 03:16 AM 10/7/2002 -0400, you wrote:
>Personally, I prefer Olivier Auverlot's approach. You may too.
>I like it because it cleanly separates REBOL code from the html. It just goes
>cleanly within <rebol></rebol> tags. But, if the progammer wants/needs to mix
>code and presentation stuff within, of course they still can. Also there
>new session handling, a very direct syntax for cgi variables [GET or POST] and
>libraries can be loaded securely adn clenly to keep inline code concise and
>readable, without sacrificing feature scope..
This also reminds me of Enhydra's XMLC ( http://www.enhydra.org ).
XMLC is one of the thing that solves the problem with embedding other
languages within the HTML codes.
The clean separation between "UI" and "logic" allows for different teams
(UI and logic) to work in parallel once they have agreed
on the use of certain naming conventions.
Perhaps we can learn from XMLC to see how we can incorporate some of the
features in one of the frameworks.