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[ba-ohs-talk] Introducing Cocoon 2.0

http://www.xml.com/pub/a/2002/02/13/cocoon2.html    (01)

"It took two years and three different project leaders to finish Cocoon 2.0 
but we made it. It's an XML framework that raises the usage of XML and XSLT 
technologies for server applications to a new level. Designed for 
performance and scalability around pipelined SAX processing, Cocoon offers 
a flexible environment based on the separation of concerns between content, 
logic and style. A centralized configuration system and sophisticated 
caching enable you to create, deploy, and maintain rock-solid XML server 
Cocoon was designed as an abstract engine that could be connected to almost 
anything, but it ships with servlet and command line connectors. The 
servlet connector allows you to call Cocoon from your favorite servlet 
engine or application server. You can install it beside your existing 
servlets or JSPs. The command line interface allows you to generate static 
content as a batch process. It can be useful to pre-generate those parts of 
your site that are static, some of which may be easier to create by using 
Cocoon functionalities than directly (say, SVG rasterization or applying 
stylesheets). For example, the Cocoon documentation and web site are all 
generated by Cocoon from the command line."    (02)