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Beginning XSLT 2. 0 All You Need to Learn XSLT 2. 0 and XPath 2. 0!

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ISBN-10: 1590593243

ISBN-13: 9781590593240

Edition: 2nd 2005

Authors: Jeni Tennison

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This is an updated revision of Tennison's "Beginning XSLT," updated for the new revision of the XSLT standard. XSLT is a technology used to transform an XML document with one structure into another document (perhaps XML, but HTML, XHTML, and text are other targets) with the same data, but a different structure. Beginning XSLT: From Novice to Professional introduces XML and XSLT bit-by-bit, gradually demonstrating the techniques that are required to generate HTML (and other formats) from XML.
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List price: $64.99
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Apress L. P.
Publication date: 7/28/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 824
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 2.794
Language: English

Jeni Tennison is an independent consultant specializing in XSLT and XML Schema development. She trained as a knowledge engineer, gaining a Ph.D. in collaborative ontology development, and has since become a consultant working in a variety of areas including publishing, water monitoring, and financial services. She is the author of XPath on the Edge and Beginning XSLT and is one of the founders of the EXSLT initiative to standardize extensions to XSLT and XPath. She is an invited expert on the W3C XSL Working Group, and she was voted ActiveState Activator's Choice XSLT Programmer of the Year in 2002. She spends much of her spare time answering people's queries on the XSL-List and…    

Introducing XML
Creating HTML from XML
Variables and Parameters
Manipulating Atomic Values
Paths and Sequences
Result Trees
Sorting and Grouping
IDs, Keys and Numbering
Named Templates, Stylesheet Functions and Recursion
Building XSLT Applications
Extensions and Backwards Compatibility
Dynamic XSLT
Creating SVG
Interpreting RSS with XSLT
Appendices: XPath Quick Reference
XSLT Quick Reference