XSL (Extensible Stylesheet Language
) is a W3C recommendation (www.w3c.org/TR/XSL) for expressing stylesheets, which enables the transformation and formatting of XML data.
Finally, Bluestone XML Suite's dynamic Extensible Stylesheet Language
(XSL) engine opens the e-business doors to non-PC and wireless devices, including palmtop computers, web-enabled cell phones, pagers, and other intelligent devices.
Extensible Stylesheet Language
(XSL): A language used to transform XML-based data into HTML or other presentation formats, for display in a web browser.
The transaction module handles the back-end processes, building the customer-facing "virtual page" templates using an XSL (Extensible Stylesheet Language
) processor to convert the XML documents into browser-displayable HTML documents.
The content is displayed with Extensible Stylesheet Language
Transformations (XSLT) and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and SAS datasets are queried using an apache web server using Common Gateway Interface (CGI) technology.
The more advanced tutorials walk through procedures for assigning structure to an XML document using W3C XML schema language and transforming XML documents with extensible stylesheet language
. Appendices present a simplified version of MARC DTD and the MARC21 slim schema.
By using XML as the structure for MARC records, people can also easily write their own tools to consume, manipulate, and convert MARC data using XSLT (eXtensible Stylesheet Language
Also, he has an updated list of XML links to sites containing general XML information, XML applications, XML schemas, cascading style sheets, and Extensible Stylesheet Language
Advent 3B2, has a new Extensible Stylesheet Language
Formatting Object (XSL-FO) rendering engine called 3B2-FO.
Its features include modular XML content processing that breaks down complicated eXtensible Stylesheet Language
(XSL) transformations into manageable steps, simple tag execution using tag libraries for JavaServer Pages (JSP) and Active Server Pages (ASP), cross-document content combination in which links to XML queries allow XML document fragments from multiple collections and sources to be combined on the fly into new dynamic documents, and an Open Development Environment.
The latest in Internet technology -- Extensible Mark-up Language (known as XML) and Extensible Stylesheet Language
(XSL)-based portable data, combines to display a huge range of flight information.