Beginning XSLT 2.0: From Novice to Professional by Jeni Tennison

By Jeni Tennison

This followup to Jeni Tennison's Beginning XSLT has been up to date to accomodate the revised XSLT typical. half considered one of this booklet introduces XML and XSLT at a comfy velocity, and steadily demonstrates concepts for producing HTML (plus different formats), from XML. partially , Tennison applies idea to real-life XSLT capabilities—including producing photos.

 

Each bankruptcy comprises step by step examples (with code on hand online), plus assessment questions on the finish, that will help you take hold of the mentioned positive factors. actually, all the examples and routines revolve round an enticing universal subject matter: making television listings on hand on-line. This publication lives as much as its identify, and should certainly take you from a beginner to a pro, in no time!

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As you might expect, then, the syntax that XML defines involves a lot that’s familiar from HTML: it has elements and attributes, start tags and end tags, and a number of entities for escaping the characters that are used as part of the markup. qxd 8 6/20/05 10:42 AM Page 8 CHAPTER 1 ■ INTRODUCING XML In this section, we’ll go through the rules that govern XML documents in general. These rules are known as well-formedness constraints, and XML documents that follow them are known as well-formed documents.

Using Unicode means that XML supports internationalization fairly easily. Almost all Unicode characters can be included in your XML document if you use a character reference. A character reference looks a bit like an entity—it starts with an ampersand (&) and ends with a semicolon (;)—but it has a hash (#) right after the ampersand. The hash is followed by the number of a character in Unicode, either as a decimal or in hexadecimal if the number starts with an x. org/TR/html401. org/. Using Character References One of the characters in EastEnders is called Zoe, and so far we’ve glossed over the fact that it should be spelled with an ë as the last character.

This is especially important if people have to author the XML documents by hand, but is also relevant for people programming applications that deal with the XML document. qxd 6/20/05 10:42 AM Page 29 CHAPTER 1 ■ INTRODUCING XML • Processing efficiency—How easy it is for an application to process the XML document. The ease with which relevant information can be accessed within your XML document affects how simple it is to program applications that use it, and the speed with which they work. Different types of applications make different demands on markup languages, so it’s not the case that one design will suit every type of processing.

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