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Altova StyleVIsion 2006
Altova StyleVision 2006 is the ultimate visual stylesheet designer for transforming XML and database content into HTML, PDF, and Word/RTF output, and creating electronic forms. It is fully standards compliant and supports XSLT 1.0, XSLT 2.0, XSL:FO, CSS, JavaScript, and all major databases. StyleVision 2006 is optimized to facilitate single source publishing. In one simple step you can access XML and/or database data, process it, and render it into eye-catching HTML pages, PDF reports, Word/RTF documents, and intuitive Authentic electronic forms. StyleVision now includes capabilities for designing advanced Web pages, including support for cascading stylesheets (CSS) and Javascript. It even has a built-in HTML importer that converts HTML pages into XML files, XSLT stylesheets, and XML Schemas. Numerous templates for presenting industry standard XML vocabularies such as DITA, DocBook, and P3P are provided. StyleVision also generates electronic forms for use with Authentic 2006, Altova’s free XML and database content editor. Authentic forms let business users directly query and edit XML documents or relational databases without being exposed to the underlying technology. The visual design paradigm used in StyleVision is so straightforward; you simply drag and drop project contents and design elements into your working stylesheet, and you are automatically prompted when options exist. You can preview your output at any time in XSLT 1.0/2.0, HTML, Word/RTF, XSL:FO, PDF, and Authentic view, so you always know how your project is coming along. Stylesheets designed with StyleVision can be based on XML Schemas, DTDs, and databases and can support business logic validation, table handling, input formatting, date control, and much more. All these features combine to make Altova StyleVision 2006 the ultimate tool for developing multi-purpose stylesheets.

Type: XSL  #Views: 288  Category: Article    

Apache Xalan
Apache Xalan is a popular open-source XSLT processing component developed by the Apache XML Foundation. Stylus Studio XSLT tools provide seamless integration with the Xalan XSLT Processor, enabling you to execute, debug, and optimize your XSLT stylesheets using the Xalan XSLT processor. No additional downloads are necessary — the latest version of Apache Xalan-J is bundled. This tutorial provides an overview of how to use the many features and functions in Stylus Studio that are geared towards accelerating development of Xalan applications including how to transform XML using XSLT stylesheets and Xalan.

Type: XSL  #Views: 338  Category: Tutorial    

EXSLT Tutorial
Stylus Studio's XSLT tools provide integrated authoring support for EXSLT — powerful extensions to XSLT 1.0 enabling you to automate and simplify many tasks including computing dates and times, performing mathematical computations, string manipulations and more. This tutorial provides a brief overview on how to configure Stylus Studio to use EXSLT in conjunction with various industry-standard XSLT processors including Apache Xalan-J and Saxon 6.5.

Type: XSL  #Views: 265  Category: Tutorial    

oXygen XSL / XSLT Editor
With XSL Editor you can easily create, edit, test and validate XSLT documents. The content assistant will provide the elements, attributes and attribute values specific for XSL and additionally the elements from the target document. Transformations can be configured to run the XSL you are creating.

Type: XSL  #Views: 242  Category: Resource    

The XSL-List Blog
The XSL-List Blog covers everything you ever needed to know about the W3C Extensible Stylesheet Language, including XSL/XSLT news, what's new with XSLT 2.0, XSLT technical issues and more. Bookmark the RSS or ATOM feed today.

Type: XSL  #Views: 666  Category: Blog    

XSLT designer (XML2HTML) freeware tool
Check out dotXSL, free XSLT designer tool for turning XML into web pages (XML2HTML). dotXSL is freeware, so you can use it for any purpose. dotXSL features WYSIWYG, drag-and-drop, ease of use, multi-tabbed professional developer's interface, modern look and feel, tons of advanced features, XSL/Xpath/CSS programming etc. dotXSL is great for XML reports, pages and sites. It also has XSL component feature, which is the ability to build XSL code that will work with virtually any XML, not just the XML it was designed to work. This is achieved by creating XML2XML mapping before XML is actually fed to XSL code. For instance, web menu can be created with many different XML structures - wouldn't be nice to create XSL component that will render it - and then use this XSL code with any XML? dotXSL supports all popular XSLT processors (MSXML, Saxon, Xalan, libxslt with PHP etc.). It also has publish feature for easy upload to web site, as well as live XML publishing feature to PHP (for example if you want to add live RSS to your web site). There are too many features to mention here, but entire Help System is on the web site so you can see for yourself. All of this is neatly explained in Flash Videos you can play on web site and get started in minutes - all FREE!

Type: XSL  #Views: 1569  Category: Resource    

Debugging XSL Stylesheets
Stylus Studio provides several tools that allow you to follow XSLT processing and detect errors in your stylesheets. To use these tools, you must use the processors displayed in the Debug and back-mapping enabled section of the Processors page on the Scenario Properties dialog box. These processors include Stylus Studio's XSLT processor, Apache Xalan-J, MSXML .Net, and Saxon 6 and 8. If you use the MSXML XSLT processor or some other XSLT processor, you cannot use the Stylus Studio debugging and backmapping tools. This XSL tutorial covers the following topics:

Steps for Debugging XSL Stylesheets, Using XSL Breakpoints, Viewing Processing Information, Using Bookmarks, Determining Which XSL Template Generated Particular Output, Determining the Output Generated by a Particular XSL Template, Profiling XSL Stylesheets, Handling Parser and XSL Processor Errors, Debugging Java Files.

Type: XSL  #Views: 383  Category: Article    

Creating XSLT Using the XSLT Mapper
In addition to writing XSLT manually in the XSLT text editor, Stylus Studio provides a graphical tool, the XSLT mapper, that allows you quickly compose XSLT without writing any code. This XSLT tutorial describes the XSLT mapper, how to use it, and its relationship to the XSLT displayed on the XSLT Source tab. Creating XSLT Using the XSLT Mapper covers the following topics:

Overview of the XSLT Mapper, Source Documents, Target Structures, Mapping Source and Target Document Nodes, Working with XSLT Instructions in XSLT Mapper, Processing Source Nodes, Creating and Working with Templates, Creating an XSLT Scenario

Type: XSL  #Views: 480  Category: Article    

Working with XSLT
Stylus Studio provides many features for creating, updating, and applying XSL stylesheets. This tutorial covers the following topics:

Getting Started with XSLT, Tutorial: Understanding How Templates Work, Working with Stylesheets, Creating Stylesheets That Generate HTML, Specifying Extension Functions in Stylesheets, Working with Templates, Using Third-Party XSLT Processors, Validating Result Documents, Post-processing Result Documents, Generating Formatting Objects, Generating Scalable Vector Graphics, Generating Java Code for XSLT, XSLT Instructions Quick Reference

Type: XSL  #Views: 655  Category: Tutorial    

Juxy - XSLT unit testing from Java
Juxy is a library for unit testing XSLT stylesheets from Java. It is best suited for the projects where both Java and XSLT are used simultaneously. Juxy features include: - Ability to invoke individual xsl templates and pass them any parameters. - Ability to setup stylesheet parameters and global variables. - Ability to setup current node before transformation. - Integration with JUnit. - Transparent support for document fragments returned as transformation result. - Easy result verification with sophisticated XML assertion mechanism. - Ability to trace execution of the sylesheets instructions. - Support for custom URIResolver. - Ant task for batch verification of XSLT stylesheets.

Type: XSL  #Views: 488  Category: Tool    

XSL Generator
An XSL Generator for visually generating XSL stylesheets. Load one or more data sources, and specify an output content model (specified using XML Schema/DTD, or build it on the fly as you map). Stylus Studio's XSL generator supports built in functions, Java extension functions, and other XSL data constructs. Supports synchronized, 2-way editing of XSL stylesheet code.

Type: XSL  #Views: 1639  Category: Tool    

XSLT Tools
XSLT tools for advanced XSLT 1.0 or XSLT 2.0 development, including a visual XSLT Mapper, Editor, Debugger, Profiler, and more! Stylus Studio includes XSLT editing and debugging support for industry XSLT processors: Saxon, MSXML, System.XML, Xalan, etc.

Type: XSL  #Views: 1005  Category: Tool    

XSLT Online Video Demonstrations
Several online video demonstrations covering: Converting Static HTML using XSLT, Using XSLT Templates, Working with Tables in XSLT, and other XSLT development topics. (Windows Media Player required).

Type: XSL  #Views: 499  Category: Resource    

XSLT Editor
The Stylus Studio XSLT editor supports single-click XSLT transformation, Backmapping of XML output to the original XSLT stylesheet, XSLT syntax coloring, XSLT code completion, XPath syntax help and code completion, support for all major XSLT processors (MSXML, System.XML, Xalan, Saxon, etc.), XSLT template refactoring, Modularized, Per-Template XSLT Editing Views, an XML Source Tree Window, an XSLT output preview window, and more.

Type: XSL  #Views: 525  Category: Tool    

Visually Developing XSLT Stylesheets
This chapter covers: An overview of the Stylus Studio XSLT Mapper, using different data source documents, specifying ouput target data structures, Mapping source and target document nodes, working with XSLT instructions or functions in the XSLT mapper, processing source nodes, creating and working with templates, and creating an XSLT transformation scenario.

Type: XSL  #Views: 448  Category: Article    

Working with XSLT
Getting Started with XSLT covers the following topics: Understanding how templates work, working with XSLT stylesheets, Creating XSLT Stylesheets that generate HTML, specifying extension functions in XSLT Stylesheets, working with XSLT templates, Using an external XSLT Processor, postprocessing XML result documents, generating XSL Formatting pbjects, Generating Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG), and finally, an XSLT instructions quick reference guide.

Type: XSL  #Views: 651  Category: Resource    

XSLT Programmer's Reference
By: Dr. Michael Kay. For programmers who want to learn how to use the XSLT language for developing web applications. The book is in four parts: a detailed introduction to the concepts of the language, a reference section giving comprehensive specifications and working examples of every feature, a development guide giving design advice and case studies for the advanced user, and a product reference detailing the features and usage of the latest versions of Microsoft MSXML, Apache Xalan, Oracle XML, open source Saxon, the TRAX API and other processors and tools. Download Chapter 1: "XSLT in Context" for free in a printable PDF format.

Type: XSL  #Views: 641  Category: Resource    

XSL/XSLT Discussion Forum
A public developer forum (message board) for XSLT help and discussion.

Type: XSL  #Views: 460  Category: Resource    

Comparing CSS and XSL: A Reply from Norm Walsh
Norm Walsh responds to a recent article about CSS and XSL, explaining how and when and why you'd want to use XSLFO or CSS or XSLT.

Type: XSL  #Views: 1077  Category: Article    

XSL Maker
XSL Maker is a tool for building HTML Web pages by transforming XML.

Type: XSL  #Views: 1126  Category: Tool    

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