Little XML files are breeding and multiplying around my web server like digital jack rabbits.
I like having them around. They're XML. They're handy. They're glue. And XML is everywhere, particularly in large vendor application servers, their accompanying applications, and often in open source projects.
I was pretty optimistic. So I named the project Sanguine and dived in to make a 0.1 alpha version.
Have IE 6? Or Mozilla 1.4? (Breaks in Camino and Safari, sadly.) I do - and I'd like to someday corral all of my little XML rabbits with Sanguine or something like it.
For no other reason, it's proof-of-concept (because I needed to prove it to myself) that client-side DOM recursive traversal could be reasonably achieved cross-browserly, like.*
I don't seem to be alone in relying heavily on XML/XSLT and event management for prototyping or delivering a rich client-side web application interface. In fact, the nicest thing about these side projects is I run across some really exciting related projects going on out there.