25th Annual International Computer Software and Applications Conference. COMPSAC 2001 (2001)
Oct. 8, 2001 to Oct. 12, 2001
Clemens Kerer , Technical University of Vienna
Engin Kirda , Technical University of Vienna
Mehdi Jazayeri , Technical University of Vienna
Roman Kurmanowytsch , Technical University of Vienna
The World Wide Web Consortium's eXtensible Markup Language (XML) and the eXtensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) are standards defined in the interest of multi-purpose publishing and content reuse. XML and XSL have been gaining popularity rapidly both in industry and in academia. Although much has been written on XML/XSL-based solutions, there exists a gap between theory and practice. In this paper, we report our experiences in deploying XML/XSL in the implementation of two industry Web sites and summarize nine lessons we drew from our experiences.
XML, XSL, Web Engineering, Web Site Development
E. Kirda, R. Kurmanowytsch, M. Jazayeri and C. Kerer, "Building and Managing XML/XSL-powered Web Sites: an Experience Report," 25th Annual International Computer Software and Applications Conference. COMPSAC 2001(COMPSAC), Chicago, Illinois, 2001, pp. 547.