|Browsable hardware list
||[Mar. 1st, 2002|03:09 am]
Brad asked for a viewer for LJ's hardware list, so I wrote one which utilizes the W3C's Document Object Model to read input.|
My implementation is written in JScript. This way, the browser only has to download the source files (script, data, and DTD) once; the user can then manipulate the display without asking the server for a new page on each click. The page works in Internet Explorer 5 (and probably 6?) with scripting enabled; if any other browsers already ship with the ability to read XML in a similar way, I'd like to know.
The DOM is platform-independent, so my script should be easy to port to other platforms, including perl (using the libxml-enno bundle) and other browsers with adequate XML DOM support.
The script is browse.htm in the /doc/xml/lj/hardware/ directory on my goathack server.