XSLT Introduction and Resources

XSLT is Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations. It is an XML-related language, and is a part of XSL — along with XPath, XSL-FO, and XQuery. The purpose of XMLT is to provide a language that can specify how to transform an XML document into another document. XSLT can be used to transform XML into another XML with a different document type definition or schema. It can also be used to transform XML into HTML or into an XML Formatting Objects document.

XSLT Tutorials

Additional Learning Materials


Tools for Working With XSLT



XSLT is a powerful language that lets you use XML in interesting and useful ways. If you work with XML documents, and need a way to translate in and out of multiple formats, you should spend some time learning the ins and outs of XSLT.

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