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Keep your eyes open for XSL-FO

What happened yesterday was funny, I forgot to switch the electric on my name after the move and LIPA disconnected my power. Having realised that only in the evening, I call them up. I spoke to the manager only to get a negative response. So they need at least 24 hrs for reconnection. I hope I will it today by the time I reached home.

Coming back to technology, After some research on multi-cores and java language features, I took a shift to work on some XSLT and XSL-FO. While I have extensive work on XSLT, I am just getting my feet warm on XSL-FO. In my research I found a Nice tutorial here.

While I get a feeling FO is not yet a big time standard, but the paradigm, itself should take it to become one. Having one XML to generate different file formats is very effective. Keep your eyes open for XSL-FO.

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