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XSLT For Dummies

Richard Wagner

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Even experienced programmers need a place to start with a new technology. XSLT For Dummies gives you the foundation they need to start transforming XML data right away. This friendly guide covers the essentials first-time XSLT users need to know about creating basic style sheets, working with various Web browsers, navigating XSLT tools, transforming XML, and putting the technology to work.

Richard Wagner, the former chief architect of NetObjects ScriptBuilder and the primary author of the ECMAScript Components standard, is currently in charge of development tools at Nombas, Inc.

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Einband Taschenbuch
Seitenzahl 360
Erscheinungsdatum 15.03.2002
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-0-7645-3651-9
Reihe For Dummies
Verlag John Wiley & Sons
Maße (L/B/H) 23.5/19.1/1.9 cm
Gewicht 676 g
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  • Introduction.

    Part I: Getting Started with XSLT.

    Chapter 1: Introducing the X-Team.

    Chapter 2: Writing Your First XSLT Stylesheet.

    Part II: Becoming an XSLT Transformer.

    Chapter 3: Transforming with Style (Stylesheets, That Is).

    Chapter 4: Templates Rule!

    Chapter 5: XPath Espresso.

    Chapter 6: We Want Results!

    Part III: Prime Time XSLT.

    Chapter 7: Adding Programming Logic Isn't Just for Propheads.

    Chapter 8: Variables in XSLT: A Breed Apart.

    Chapter 9: Tweaking the Results to Get What You Want.

    Chapter 10: To HTML and Beyond!

    Chapter 11: XPath Data Types and Functions.

    Part IV: eXtreme XSLT.

    Chapter 12: Combining XSLT Stylesheets.

    Chapter 13: "Gimme Some Space" and Other Output Issues.

    Chapter 14: Keys and Cross-Referencing.

    Chapter 15: Namespaces Revisited.

    Chapter 16: Extending XSLT.

    Chapter 17: Debugging XSLT Transformations.

    Part V: The Part of Tens.

    Chapter 18: Ten Most Confusing Things About XSLT.

    Chapter 19: Ten All-Pro XSLT Resources on the Web.

    Chapter 20: Ten XSLT Processors Available Online.

    Index.

    Book Registration Information.