[mod_python] XSLT versus 'traditional' templating

Jorey Bump list at joreybump.com
Fri Aug 20 15:43:35 EDT 2004

Scott Sanders wrote:

> This is true.  Usually though (and this was the case in my app), you 
> spit out a bunch of header html without complex expression evaluation), 
> so the user starts to see the top of your page.  That's all it takes to 
> convice them that the app is fast, and if anything is slow, it's their 
> browser.

You're deluding yourself. Users measure speed as the time between the 
request and the moment the desired data hits their eyes. They visit 
other sites; they know when your app is slow. ;)

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