2009/4/22 Ron Derksen <cheval...@gmail.com>:
>
> Hi,
>
> Lately I've run into the challenge to load JSON data through an AJAX
> interface and then convert it to HTML. I've been trying to come up
> with several approaches to do this, ranging from using the Template
> object from Prototype.js to creating HTML elements through Javascript
> or adding the HTML templates to the page and then retrieving them
> based on IDs.
>
> However, none of these methods strike me as graceful solutions and I
> was wondering if you can offer some advice as to what is a good
> approach for doing this. I've come across the Pure templating library,
> and I'm interested to hear any experiences with that.
>
> Thanks in advance,
> Ron Derksen
>
> >
>

You do have the option of creating the HTML fragment on the server and
simple passing the completed code to the client.

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