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Beginning XSLT

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Beginning XSLT
Jeni Tennison
XML is established as the universal standard for delivering documents and
data on the Web. The next step is to process that data and the XSL
Transformation language, XSLT, has been developed as the primary means for
such processing. XSLT can be used to convert XML data for presentational
purposes as well as to modify data structure.
This book introduces those with a little knowledge of markup languages
(HTML, XML, etc.) to the exciting world of XSLT. No prior programming
knowledge is assumed or needed. This is a Wrox Beginning ... series book, so
we will aim to teach you everything you need to know from scratch. This book
will be equally beneficial to designers and programmers alike.
Chapter 1: Beyond HTML
Chapter 2: Introducing XML
Chapter 3: Creating HTML from XML
Chapter 4: Templates
Chapter 5: Conditions
Chapter 6: Variables, Expressions, and Parameters
Chapter 7: Paths
Chapter 8: The Result Tree
Chapter 9: Sorting and Numbering
Chapter 10: IDs, Keys, and Groups
Chapter 11: Named Templates and Recursion
Chapter 12: Building XSLT Applications
Chapter 13: Extensions
Chapter 14: Dynamic XSLT
Chapter 15: Creating SVG
Chapter 16: Validating XML with Schematron
Chapter 17: Interpreting RSS with XSLT
Appendix A: XPath Quick Reference
Appendix B: XSLT Quick Reference
Appendix C: Tools
This book was released this month, for more information about the title
visit http://www.wrox.com/ACON11.asp?ISBN=1861005946&tid023
Buy Beginning XSLT at Amazon.com:
or at any of these expert stores: http://www.wrox.com/ACON28.asp?tid023
(Map corrected title)
[ June 02, 2002: Message edited by: Mapraputa Is ]
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Jeni Tennison is a Name. Her chapter in "Professional XML Schemas" is superb. She runs one of the most useful XSLT sites. I am going to review her "XSLT and XPath On The Edge", maybe "Beginning XSLT" will be next, unless somebody will beat me on it
[ June 02, 2002: Message edited by: Mapraputa Is ]
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