This comprehensive guide to XSL Transformations (XSLT) and the XML Path Language (XPath) according to the XSLT/XPath 19991116 1.0 Recommendations is 150 pages of explanatory material, diagrams, tables, and code samples.
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This online book “The Java API for XML Processing (JAXP)” provides an introduction to Java API for XML Processing (JAXP) 1.4 technology, via examples of JAXP applications. Some prior knowledge of DOM and SAX is assumed. Only code that is specific to the JAXP API is examined in detail in this tutorial.
This comprehensive guide to XSL Formatting Objects (XSL/XSL-FO) according to the XSL 20011015 1.0 Recommendation is over 247 pages of explanatory material, diagrams, tables, and code samples. Every formatting object in XSL-FO is identified and described.
DocBook XSL: The Complete Guide by Bob Stayton is the definitive guide to using the DocBook XSL stylesheets. It provides the necessary documentation to realize the full potential of DocBook publishing. It covers all aspects of DocBook publishing tools, including installing, using, and customizing the stylesheets and processing tools.
This book can be freely downloaded. XForms Essentials begins with a general introduction to web forms, including information on history and basic construction of forms. The second part of the book serves as a reference manual to the XForms specification.
The goal of this book is to provide a comprehensive coverage of XML in a textbook format. This book is written and edited by students for students. Each student who uses the book should improve its quality by correcting errors, adding exercises, adding examples, starting new chapters, and so forth.
This online book is a reference for the XML-based User Interface Language (XUL). Mozilla has configurable, downloadable chrome, meaning that the arrangement and even presence or absence of controls in the main window is not hardwired into the application, but loaded from a separate UI description.
This free online book examines and catalogs the entirety of the DocBook specification and will be useful to anyone who uses SGML to publish documents. We expect that most readers will have some familiarity with XML. Even if your experience goes no farther than writing a few HTML pages, you’re probably in good shape.