From: Oleg Kobchenko <okj@NOSPAM.com>
Subject: Re: [Jgeneral] J's first/leading dynamic HTML generation tool
is pull-style, object-level and embedded. I am shocked
To: General forum <email@example.com>
This business of non-Turing templates have been
known in HTML and before that, in GUI in general,
by the name of Data Binding.
In Internet Explorer
In Windows Presentation Foundation
Two-way binding in ASP.NET
Windows Forms Data Binding
Internet Explorer 4.0-5.0 (1997-98) introduced dynamic two-way
hierarchical binding was first introduced, a very powerful feature,
especially coupled with hierarchical SQL query. HTML could be bound
to XML data islands, which could be fetched from the server without
reloading the page (technology that much later became known as AJAX).
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