Re: [xsl] Bibliographic recomendations

Subject: Re: [xsl] Bibliographic recomendations
From: AndrewWatt2000@xxxxxxx
Date: Sat, 13 Jan 2001 10:18:18 EST
In a message dated 12/01/01 18:32:43 GMT Standard Time, 
Adam.Hoven@xxxxxxxxxxxx writes:

> For the last 6 months or so I've been writing XSL transforms (typically into
>  HTML) and I'd say that I've become very good at it. However there are a lot
>  of things I'm starting to need to do that gets considerably more complex.
>  Can anyone recomend some intermediate to advanced level XSL books that is
>  going to be worth purchasing?
>  Thanks.
>  >        Adam van den Hoven


To the best of my knowledge there is currently only one intermediate to 
advanced XSLT book available now - XSLT Programmer's Reference by Michael Kay 
from Wrox.

In around a couple of months Wrox are bringing out "Professional XSL" -  this 
focusses very largely on XSLT. One of my co-authors on that book has already 
pre-announced it on another list. So I guess there is no harm in letting you 
know to look out for it.

It hasn't yet been officially announced on the web site, but if you 
are interested I am sure it won't be long before it is officially announced 
there. There is a "Future Titles" link from the home page.

I hope that helps.

Andrew Watt

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