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Schematron's Query Language Binding is a little-known and underused feature of the language. Erik Siegel gives an introduction to its use.
Parsing and refactoring FORTRAN code with XMLPhilippe Marguinaud
In this article, Philippe Marguinaud explains how XML can be used to parse a language such as FORTRAN. The first big advantage over other existing approaches is that XML can represent both structure and hand-written content. The other benefit is that all power tools coming from the XML realm become instantly available for searching and editing the syntax tree. Eventually, the article shows how a FORTRAN syntax tree can be loaded in Firefox, using an XSL stylesheet.
XPath 3: Conversations and BridgesLiam Quin
XPath and the languages that use it - XSLT, XQuery, XForms, Schematron and many more - share with natural language that you can say things in many ways. XPath 3 adds new ways of saying things that can be both exciting and sometimes a little daunting. Let’s look at some new operators in XPath 3 and see how they can make things clearer and how to use them to write XPath expressions that are clearer and easier to read.
What is XSpec?Sandro Cirulli
An introduction to XSpec, a useful unit testing framework for XSLT and XQuery.
Why You Should Be Using XSLT 3.0Kurt Cagle
A look at the upcoming XSLT 3.0 release, and why it matters beyond the XML community
What is XSL-FO?G. Ken Holman
A comprehensive introduction to XSL-FO, a powerful stylesheet language used for printing XML documents.
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