Elliotte Rusty Harold and W. Scott Means's XML in a Nutshell (O'Reilly, ). the JRE, go to hamhillfort.info and download the latest stable. Learning XSLT moves smoothly from the simple to complex, illustrating all aspects another XML document, a Portable Document Format (PDF) file, a Scalable. A collection of detailed code recipes that breaks down everyday XSLT problems into manageable chunks. Learn how to transform XML documents into PDF files.
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XSLT is a critical language for converting XML documents into other formats, such as HTML code or a PDF file. With XSLT, you get a thorough understanding of. Java and XSLT introduces XSLT and then shows you how to apply transformations in real-world situations, [email protected] · Download Example Code. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Doug Tidwell is a senior programmer at IBM. He has more This is where I felt the other OReilly book, "Learning XSLT," fell short. The examples seemed very . Download Audiobooks · Book Depository.
Writing in easygoing, plain English, XML pro Richard Wagner provides expert advice, step-by-step guidance, and tons of crystal-clear examples to help you harness the power of XSLT to transform documen ts. From there it quickly moves onward and upward through the whole range of important XSLT topics, including:. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Restructuring information in an XML document so that it works in other formats used to be a time-consuming ordeal involving lots of blood, sweat, and tears.
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I'm sure the author knows the topic, but the stylistic mistakes are a distraction. If a good editor could review this book and the out-of-place humor removed, this might be a good introduction to the topic. As it stands, I'm going to be reading the Sam's Teach Yourself guide instead and give this copy away. Look at the way Chapter Two begins: Even my 7-year-old knows that the best way to approach a puzzle is to first connection all the pieces of the output border and then work your way inside, eventually filling in all the missing pieces.
Wagner could have just started the chapter by explaining that understanding XSLT begins with understanding the larger concepts, then working your way toward the mechanics.
When I read technical information, even introductory technical information, I do not need to be distracted by references to the author's personal life, his children, or his shopping habits.
Just give me the information in a way I can understand it. I own one other Dummies book on a scientific topic and it doesn't include the same lame attempts at humor. If this is an example of the way most of the series works, I'm going to avoid the Dummies books in favor of the Complete Idiot's Guides.
One person found this helpful. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. With a basic knowledge in XML I needed to modify an email generated by third party software as part of a build system. We needed to drastically reduce the size of the emails.
Within two days I was able to modify one of the xsl files provided by the third party, create a new xsl file to add some of the excised information back into the email, and achieve our objective of reducing the impact of the emails on our inboxes.
The book takes the reader into XSLT in an organized manner, adding more complexity with each chapter. There are numerous examples that build upon previous examples. The only unfortunate thing about this situation, is that I was able to resolve the email problem so quickly that I now have no further work motivation for continuing studying XSLT. But it will probably come up again. I gave this book a 4 star review based on the Kindle edition, otherwise, it would be 5 stars. Occasionally, when encountering a figure in the text, the figure hides text behind it.
To read that text, I had to play with whether I was in single or multi-column mode and even showing or hiding the bookmark window on the right side. These changes would show the hidden text but usually hide other text.
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This was on the 'Kindle for Mac' application. I don't like having my time wasted, but when they're done right Dummies books maintain a tone and scope that tells me just enough about everything I need to know in a topic. I read them and then I go on to O'Reillys or whatever with what feels like a pretty solid introductory knowledge.
When they're good, I love the Dummies.
I've been looking forward to this one for about a year and a half, and it has turned out to be just what I'd have hoped. Nicely paced introductory book. And I have some pretty set opinions of training material styles. Information should be presented in a linear fashion, analogous to walking up stairs. Then through easy to understand explanations, let the student step on step 1 and get comfortable there.
I found the presentation style of the book scattered. It started out kind of ok, but I found it unnecessarily wordy and caught myself skipping over sentences to get to useful information.