I just learned something amazing: XSLT transformation browser side (meaning: giving the user an XML document and an XSL document and letting the browser process it) is lightning fast — far faster than server-side processing. So why is no one using it?
Kamal Gill wrote more about this (especially with respect to plone). I think I heard this once before, but it never really sank in.
I’m definitely doing more research into this. I have to wonder what he means by XML. (I assume we mean more than XHTML). Also, I’m wondering if there are caching/memory issues on the client side as well. I will report back later.