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<div  align="center" style="border: 1px solid gray; padding: 0.5em;"> Presentation <a href="wsg_presentation/home.xf"/>notes/</a> from Melb. Web Standards Group meeting now online.<br/>
<a href="wsg_presentation/home.xf" style="color: #444; font-weight: normal;"/>http://woric.net/wsg_presentation/</a></div>
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<P>What can I say about XML and XSLT?</P>
<P> It fantastic and works really well as a server side technology to make websites... like this this which is made using <a href="http://xsltfilter.tigris.org"/>XsltFilter/</a></P>
<P> The best XML parser and XSL Transformation engine is MXML4, followed closely by MSXML3 with Saxon a distant third. The other java based transformation engines are IMHO too slow and don't adhere closely enough to the standards. </P>
<SiteList  title="XSL editors">
<SITE href="http://www.marrowsoft.com/Products.htm" title="Xselerator">Xselerator is my XSL editor of choice. It is a comprehensive XSL IDE incorporating XSL/XSLT/XML editor, project management, template rule finder, transformation testing and a very good XSL debugger.</SITE>
<!--   <SITE href="http://www.exceloncorp.com/products/stylusstudio/" title="eXcelon Stylus Studio">Stylus Studio is a development environment for creating, validating, and debugging XSL stylesheets, and XML-to-XML mappings. It includes visual editors, a graphical mapper, integrated XSLT, plus Java and MSXML debugging support.</SITE> -->
<SITE href="http://www.topxml.com/xslathome/" title="XSL At Home">XSLAtHome is an ongoing project to develop XSL extensions for Allaire's Homesite IDE. There is not attempt to offer fully featured XSL editing like the other editors here - instead XSLAthome provides reasonable XSL support for Homesite/Cold Fusion Studio users at no cost.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.oxygenxml.com/index.html" title="oXygen">Oxygen is a Java based XML editor that supports XML, XSL, TXT, XSD and DTD documents. The editor has built-in support for Formatting Objects processing and allows generation of the PDF, PS, TXT from the result of an XSLT or directly from a FO file.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://xopus.org/" title="Xopus.org">Xopus is a browser based in-place wysiwyg XML editor. Xopus allows users to edit their XML data in an intuitive word processor like way.</SITE>
<SiteList  title="XSL Resources">
<SITE href="http://www.xfront.com/rescuing-xslt.html" title="Rescuing XSLT from Niche Status">A Gentle Introduction to XSLT through HTML Templates.This excellent web page attempts to make XSL easier to understand.Essential reading for all newbies.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.jenitennison.com/xslt/index.html" title="Jeni's XSLT Pages">Jeni Tennison is an active newsgroup contributor helping many people come to grips with XSL. This site is a collection of much of that information from her and otehr people in an easy to understand format. There are excellent tutorials and advanced sugestions for for both newbies and experts.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.arbortext.com/xsl/tutorial/frames.html" title="XSL Tutorial">Online XSL Tutorial XSL Concepts and Practical Use by Paul Grosso and Norman Walsh (is that THE Norman Walsh from Sun?)</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.devguru.com/Technologies/xslt/quickref/xslt_intro.html" title="DevGuru XSLT">A comprehensive reference source for all of the elements and functions that compose the eXtensible Stylesheet Language Transformation (XSLT) language version 1.0. </SITE>
<SITE href="http://msxml.com/index.html" title="Generally Markup">Previously called "Generally markup", this site is a provides many MsXML3 resources. Small and provides solutions for MsXML specific problems.</SITE>
<SiteList  title="Other XSL stuff">
<SITE href="http://www.codeproject.com/soap/xsltdocumentor.asp" title="Xslt Documentor">Another project at the Code Project - this one is for self-documenting Xslt Files. Like XmlDoc and JavaDoc, but for Xslt.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.exln.com/products/xis/" title="XIS">eXcelon's eXtensible Information Server is a robust and mature XML database management system. There is also XIS Lite for those on a budget.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.datapower.com/solutions/index.html" title="Datapower hardware XSLT accelerator">DataPower is now delivering its third generation of XML processing technology, including a hardware based XSLT processor!! Sounds impressive, and the datasheets certainly look impressive, but there's no mention of the price anywhere.... worth a look by anyone serious about large scale XSLT.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.gingerall.com/charlie/ga/xml/p_sab.xml" title="Sablotron">Sablotron is a fast, compact and portable XML toolkit implementing XSLT, DOM and XPath on all major platforms and developed under the Mozilla or GNU publi license.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.topxml.com/code/default.asp?p=3&id=v20020530145207" title="DHTML menus using XSL">Excellent topXML article about using XML+ XSL to create easily maintained DHTML menus. (PS: the menus on this site are made the same way, except I only want standard HTML.)</SITE>