This book offers complete coverage of every facet of the XSLT/XPath W3C specifications, including brand-new standards such as XSL, XML Query, and XPointer. Includes advanced techniques: expressions, sorting, grouping, and topic maps. Concise presentation helps to master XSLT/XPath fast.
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The definitive guide to XSLT and XPath—written by one of the world's leading authorities.
Whatever your XML applications—e-business, application integration, Web- and paper-based publishing, or content management—you need to master XSLT and XPath, today's key tools for transforming information into new and varied structured vocabularies and output formats. Definitive XSLT & XPath delivers concise, authoritative coverage of every key facet of these W3C recommendations.
Nobody has taught more about XSLT and XPath than G. Ken Holman—chair of OASIS's XSLT/XPath Conformance Technical Subcommittee and long-time leader in the XML community. In this book, Holman draws upon live training materials to help you master the XSLT and XPath standards—fast—just as he's done for thousands of developers.
When you're ready to get results, go straight to the source: G. Ken Holman's Definitive XSLT & XPath.
"The key to XML application development is transformations-converting XML data into other forms with XSLT and XPath. Ken Holman is the expert I rely on for advice on this subject. Now you can, too, with this book."
—Charles F. GoldfarbAbout the Author:
G. KEN HOLMAN is CTO of Crane Softwrights Ltd., a consulting firm specializing in XSLT implementations. He chairs the XSLT/Xpath Conformance Committee of OASIS, the XML industry consortium, and is past chairman of its XML Conformance Committee. As an invited expert to the W3C, Ken was a member of the group that developed XML.
About the Series Editor
Charles F. Goldfarb is the father of XML technology. He invented SGML,the Standard Generalized Markup Language on which XML and HTML arebased. You can find him on the Web at www.xmlbooks.com
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