XSLT (Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations) is a powerful declarative language that allows you to transform XML content into other formats. For example, you can use XSLT to transform an incoming XML business document into a different grammar for use in your organization. You can also use XSLT to transform semantic XML data into an appropriate HTML format for display in a web browser, or to transform the XML data into a plain-text format such as CSV (comma-separated value) so it can be imported into a spreadsheet.
This course provides comprehensive and deep coverage of all aspects of XSLT. The course also describes the role of XPath in locating content in an XML document, and explores XPath capabilities in detail. The course includes the latest features in XPath 2.0 and XSLT 3.0.