XSL (Extensible Stylesheet Language) is a language for expressing stylesheets for XML documents. It consists of two parts: a language for transforming XML documents, and an XML vocabulary for specifying formatting semantics. The originality and power of XSL is to be more general than just describing how XML documents should be presented and to allow as well to describe how these documents can be transformed into other documents. The part of XSL dealing with document transformation is called XSLT. The part of XSL dealing with formatting objects is called XSL-FO. XSL and XSLT are currently the object of working drafts at the W3C.
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Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) Version 1.1
XSL is a language for expressing stylesheets. It consists of two parts: a language for transforming XML documents, and an XML vocabulary for specifying formatting semantics. (W3C Recommendation 05 December 2006)
An early implementation of an XSL processor. Converts XSL to DSSSL to render XML.
MSDN's XSLT Developer's Guide
The successor to Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL), XSL Transformations (XSLT) is an XML-based language that enables you to transform one class of XML document to another.
Collection of tools to make enable XML applications to interchange data easier. Includes APEX and ATTS.
UWOBO XSL Processor
Invoked via URL giving the URI of an XML document and a list of stylesheets to be applied. Requires Tomcat and Xerces/Xalan.
XML Cover Pages: Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL)
Introduction, history, articles and software support by Robin Cover. (Oasis)
A semantic lint checker for that detects poor syntax and redundant areas of a stylesheet.
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