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Beginning XSLT

  • Authors
  • Jeni┬áTennison

Table of contents

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  20. Back Matter
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About this book

Introduction

Welcome Welcome to Beginning XSLT, a comprehensive introduction to the Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations. Who is this Book For? 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 beginning 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. What's Covered in this Book This book is divided into two parts. The first part introduces XML and XSL T bit by bit, gradually demonstrating the techniques that you need to generate HTML (and other formats) from XML. The second part pulls the theory together by looking at some of the other things that you can do with XSLT, including generating formats other than HTML, pulling information out of a variety of XML formats, and validating XML.

Keywords

Extensible Markup Language (XML) Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) Extreme Programming HTML Node.js SQL SVG Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) XML XPath XSL XSLT browser programming

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