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XSL Development, including XSL debugging, XSL mapping, XSL profiling, visual HTML-to-XSL stylesheet design, XSL:FO, and much more, is quite comprehnsive. So, in an effort to simplify XSL development, we've provided these XSL examples.
A robust XSL editor with XSL syntax help, code completion, single-click XSL transformation,
modular per-template views, refactoring capabilities, and much more! Featuring new XSL 2.0 Editing support!
The XSL mapper lets you visually map your data from one or more different data sources including XML, EDI, relational data, Web services and others.
The resulting mapping code is always 100% industry-standard XSL.
Need to separate your content from your markup? Learn how to create an XSL stylesheet for the purposes of converting or migrating an existing HTML page to XML.
This XSL example covers how to visually design an advanced XSL stylesheet using an intutive drag-and-drop interface.
Map, debug, edit, and profile XSL using any XSL processor (MSXML, Microsoft .NET, Xalan, and others)!
Step through your XSL 1.0 or XSL 2.0 stylesheets line-by-line, set breakpoints, and inspect variables. Other XSL debugging features include the ability to set watches, view the template stack, and seamless integration for debugging XSL extension functions!
Analyze the performance of your XSL stylesheets to discover and eliminate bottlenecks, thus making your XSL applications more efficient.
Learn how to use Schema Aware XSL processing support to leverage data types defined in any XML schema,
validate XSL input documents, and validate XSL output documents, and thus simplify stylesheet development.
This example covers how to edit an XSL:FO stylesheet using the XSL:FO editor featuring single-click XSL:FO stylesheet processing,
integration with Apache FOP — it's ideal for report generation
and various document management applications!
Render beautiful PDF document layouts using XSL:FO and the RenderX XEP processor
directly from within from Stylus Studio®.
Leverage the power of the Java-based Saxon XSL processor including support for developing, debugging and executing applications in either XSL 1.0 and XSL 2.0.
Use the open-source Xalan XSL Processor from the Apache XML group to execute, debug, and optimize your XSL stylesheets in just minutes.
Extend XSL 1.0 stylesheets to simplify various tasks including: computing dates and times, performing mathematical computations, string manipulations (etc.) using EXSLT.