Re: In-Browser Transforms was RE: Programming language
Side note, what are you using in the browser to transform DITA XML into
HTML? Some library? Your own extension of some kind?
"... implemented a Single Page App that transforms DITA to HTML in the
I use the XSLT processor that is in the browser.Â That means I'm stuck with XSLT 1.something or other...Â See this for more info: https://www.w3schools.com/xml/xsl_client.asp
Michael Kay offered an open sourced lib that implements SAX in JS, but I ran into some memory management issue that I can't exactly recall any more.Â Dr. Kay said that since it was open source, no fixes...Â He went on to make a commercial version.Â I'm sure it's quite good.
Beyond the basic transform, the app manages links, conrefs, search, and a few other things that turn out not to be 100% obvious.Â You can see it in action here:
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