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AnswerRe: Multiple Versions Of Application PinmemberExpert Coming20-Sep-12 14:20 
GeneralRe: Multiple Versions Of Application Pinmemberjschell21-Sep-12 10:30 
GeneralRe: Multiple Versions Of Application PinmemberExpert Coming24-Sep-12 8:24 
QuestionMake everything a tree? PinmemberLeslie Sanford18-Sep-12 7:28 
I've been using jQuery quite a bit lately, and I've enjoyed how easily it makes navigating and manipulating the DOM.
 
When I think of other areas of my code, I sometimes wistfully wish it was as easily to mainpulate the data there as it is to manipulate the DOM with jQuery. This makes me wonder if I'm missing an abstraction. The DOM is really a tree at the heart of it. So maybe, where it makes sense, I could attempt to model the data in the domains I work in as trees. Then use a domain specific language to manipulate those trees.
AnswerRe: Make everything a tree? Pinmemberjschell18-Sep-12 9:01 
GeneralRe: Make everything a tree? PinmemberRavi Bhavnani25-Sep-12 7:19 
QuestionSearching for a frmework or Library for managing documentsa [modified] PinmemberNH7116-Sep-12 22:52 
AnswerRe: Searching for a frmework or Library for managing documents PinmemberEddy Vluggen17-Sep-12 0:00 
GeneralRe: Searching for a frmework or Library for managing documents PinmemberNH7117-Sep-12 0:37 
GeneralRe: Searching for a frmework or Library for managing documents PinmemberEddy Vluggen17-Sep-12 0:49 

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