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Extreme Programming Adventures in C# by Ron Jeffries

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Chapter 27. Displaying the Article

The editor is going pretty well, and the customers have been asking about displaying the article in its final form. After some reading and some experimentation, we have something working. Is this a triumph of the process, am I really clever, or was I just lucky?

Today’s Process

The current process for writing and displaying an article goes like this:

  1. Type the article into the XML Notepad or some other editor.

  2. Run the article generation process. This is a fairly complex job stream now: it generates the article using XSLT, scans all the articles for indexing information, sorts it down, generates the index, scans for books reviewed, generates the book list, and so on.

  3. Open a Web browser.

  4. Navigate to the XP Web site debug ...

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