Re: xsl Books

Subject: Re: xsl Books
From: Mike Brown <mike@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 16 May 2000 17:56:59 -0600 (MDT)
> Yep, XSLT programmer's reference by Micheal Kay. It's the only one at the
> moment. 

It is the only printed, prose-based book about XSL that is available in
one up-to-date edition.

There's also Elliotte Rusty Harold's XML Bible, which has an erratum on
the web to bring its XSL chapter up-to-date. See

And there's Crane Softwrights' Practical Transformation Using XSLT and
XPath, which is available in PDF form and still looks more like a
Powerpoint presentation than a book, but I still recommend it because
it's quite good.

There are several other XML books that cover old XSL working drafts and
that are probably still relevant if one is using IE5 without the newer
MSXML previews installed.

   - Mike
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