On 04/02/2014 04:33 AM, Nuria Ruiz wrote:
My bigger point was to highlite that with a string
concatenation engine you
can satisfy security concerns plus have a template engine that performs
really well if you respect the data and markup separation.
The runtime is string-based for performance in both cases. That's what makes
TAssembly so fast . The difference is that the DOM-based KnockOff
compiler systematically enforces DOM balancing and attribute sanitization,
while without such a compiler you have to do so manually.