Re: [xsl] BRILLIANT XSL book recomendations please

Subject: Re: [xsl] BRILLIANT XSL book recomendations please
From: "paul morgan" <pmorg@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 22 May 2002 06:35:10 -0700
Michael Kay's book, "XSLT Programmer's Reference" (2nd Edition) devotes a fair number of pages describing the processing model and transformation process.  It's also a great reference book (though maybe not the only book a beginner should have -- speaking from experience).

I noticed that Jeni Tennision has a new book out "Beginning XSLT", which I plan on looking for during my next trip to the bookstore ... if the book is anywhere near as helpful as her posts, it should be brilliant.


On 22 May 2002 12:39:44 +020  
 Andrew Timberlake wrote:
>I am really battling to get my mind around the way XSL is processed,
>thinking about the tree and everything.
>Can you please recommend books which explain the way XSL is processed,
>all the obvious stuff etc.

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