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Subtitled "Mastering XML Transformations", XSLT covers a core XML technology. XML is great for processing or transporting data, but it is rarely what you want as final output. Using XSLT, you can transform XML data into a presentation format such as HTML or Adobe PDF. You can also transform data from one XML vocabulary into another. This title is both a tutorial and reference, explaining the full use of XSLT and XPath expressions.
This is a fine book for those who need to get up to speed with XSLT, which must include most XML developers. It is also worth checking out Michael Kay's XSLT Programmer's Reference. Kay's book has a little more detail, while this title is more approachable for XSLT newcomers. --Tim Anderson [via]