RE: [xsl] Bibliographic recomendations

Subject: RE: [xsl] Bibliographic recomendations
From: "Max Dunn" <maxdunn@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 13 Jan 2001 09:47:00 -0800
2 other books to be aware of:

- The XSL Companion, by Neil Bradley (covers XSLT and XSLFO)
- Practical Transformation Using XSLT and XPath, by Crane Softwrights,

In my opinion these are both worth purchasing, in addition to Michael Kay's
fantastic reference.

And actually some of the best resources are online, see the links at


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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
>  HTML) and I'd say that I've become very good at it. However there are a
>  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
from Wrox.

In around a couple of months Wrox are bringing out "Professional XSL" -
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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