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  • Taschenbuch: 774 Seiten
  • Verlag: O'Reilly & Associates; Auflage: 2 (23. Dezember 2005)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0596009747
  • ISBN-13: 978-0596009748
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 17,8 x 3,6 x 23,3 cm
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Forget those funky robot toys that were all the rage in the '80s, XSLT (Extensible Stylesheet Transformations) is the ultimate transformer. This powerful language is expert at transforming XML documents into PDF files, HTML documents, JPEG files.virtually anything your heart desires. As useful as XSLT is, though, most people have a difficult time learning its many peculiarities. And now version 2.0, while elegant and powerful, has only added to the confusion. "XSLT Cookbook, 2nd Edition" wants to set the record straight. It helps you sharpen your programming skills and overall understanding of XSLT through a collection of detailed recipes. Each recipe breaks down a specific problem into manageable chunks, giving you an easy-to-grasp roadmap for integrating XSLT with your data and applications. No other XSLT book around employs this practical problem-solution-discussion format. In addition to offering code recipes for solving everyday problems with XSLT 1.0, this refreshed edition shows you how to leverage the improvements found in XSLT 2.0, such as how it simplifies the string manipulation and date/time conversion processes. The book also covers XPath 2.0

, a critical companion standard, as well as topics ranging from basic transformations to complex sorting and linking. It even explores extension functions on a variety of different XSLT processors, and shows ways to combine multiple documents using XSLT. Code examples add a real-world dimension to each technique. Whether you're just starting out in XSLT or looking for advanced techniques, you'll find the level of information you need in "XSLT Cookbook, 2nd Edition".

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7 von 7 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Klaus Johannes Rusch am 14. April 2003
Format: Taschenbuch
Das XSLT Cookbook deckt ein breites Spektrum an XSLT Transformationen ab, mit mehr oder weniger praxisnahmen Beispielen. Leider sind die Rezepte meistens relativ lang, die Erklärungen mit mehreren Varianten zu umfangreich für ein Cookbook. Zu verstehen, wie ein Rezept funktioniert und wie es verallgemeinert oder an eine bestimmte Aufgabe angepasst werden kann, ist wichtig, im Vordergrund sollten bei einem Cookbook aber doch direkt verwertbare Rezepte und nicht die Vermittlung von XSLT Grundlagenwissen stehen.
Für Anfänger setzen die Rezepte viel Verständnis von XSLT voraus, für erfahrene XSLT Entwickler bieten die Erklärungen interessante Einblicke in die Arbeitsweise von XSLT Implementierungen.
Einige Beispiele sind unnötig auf einen XSLT Processor reduziert, zum Beispiel wird das Schreiben mehrerer Dokumente nur am Beispiel von Saxon ausgeführt, und Xalan und XSLT 2.0 werden erwähnt, anstatt ein Rezept anzubieten, das mit gängigen XSLT Implementierungen ähnliche Ergebnisse erzielt oder zumindest für diese XSLT Implementierungen die konkrete Umsetzung zu zeigen.
Fehler wie falsche geschriebene XSLT Tags (xsl:varaible) trüben den Lesegenuss und vor allem die direkte Verwendbarkeit der Rezepte, die online verfügbaren Beispiele und Errata sind jedenfalls als Begleitung zur Lektüre empfehlenswert.
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2 von 3 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Ein Kunde am 13. Mai 2003
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Dieses Buch beinhaltet viele Rezepte. Allerdings sind diese Rezepte teilweise seitenlang und bei der ohnehin nicht gerade leserfreundlichen XSLT-Sprache teilweise mehr verwirrend als hiflreich. Wenn man allerdings mit XSLT bei seinem problem überhaupt nicht weiterkommt, so lohnt es sich manchmal in diesem Buch nach einem vielleicht passenden Beispiel zu suchen. Einfachere Beispiele wären allerdings manchmal hilfreicher gewesen.
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15 von 15 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Good XSLT reference for non-beginners 9. März 2003
Von N. Tulsian - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
The book is an excellent practical hands-on reference for
creating solutions in the XML-XSL Transformation domain.
It covers areas from simple string operations to SVG generation
to extending XSLT with Perl, JavaScript and Java.
The author Sal Mangano has good working examples with detailed
descriptions of the code. This makes experimenting with new
code relatively painless.
Being an experienced XSLT developer I found the book easy to
follow. However people new to the concept of XML transformations
would do well to get a basic understanding of the matter before
diving into building solutions using this book.
Having a copy of the XSLT Cookbook during the development
phase of the LCRA.org website project would have reduced the
time needed to craft a good sustainable solution, and reduced
the amount of code I had to redesign to be modular and flexible.
An example is the recommendation : "Prefer 'selecting' and
'matching' over 'filtering'" pg 114, para 3. This allows for
flexible XML schemas.
A companion CD with working example code and a searchable
text of the book on the CD would have been appreciated.
The website at Oreilly does have a downloadable zip file
of the examples.
All in all well worth the $40.00 price of the book,
Neeraj
14 von 14 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Great reference for XSLT solutions 26. März 2003
Von Michael Marr - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
The XSLT Cookbook offers more than one hundred code solutions to common XSLT problems. The covered topics range from string operations, handling dates and numbers to converting xml to various formats, like text, HTML or SVG.
The author also included some speciality solutions for working with Visio and Excel documents or generating XTM Topic Maps. The last chapters of the book cover some more advanced topic, like extending XSLT and testing stylesheets.
As it is a Cookbook, the beef of this book are the code examples. All examples I tested so far are of outstanding quality and work great. For the most problems you will encounter when writing stylesheets, this book offers an example. Just look it up and you are there.
The very high quality of this book and it's code examples is impressive. The author Sal Mangano sure put a lot of work and research into this book. And the expertise of Jeni Tennison, as technical reviewer, and Simon St.Laurent, as editor, sure were an important factor in achieving this quality standard.
If you are an absolute beginner, you probably should start with a more tutorial style book, but as soon as you have some basic knowledge of XSLT, this book is a great reference for XSLT solutions.
19 von 20 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Great book for people who know XSLT 10. Oktober 2003
Von Jack D. Herrington - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Some other reviews have said that this is not a book for beginners, which is true. You need to understand the mechanics of XSLT first to get the most out of the book. That's not the real value, however. This book is great because it shows you how to write XSLT well. This is a value that a simple reference will not provide.
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Excellent Examples but Limited Use for Beginners 14. März 2003
Von James F. Cerra - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Summary: Excellent Examples but Limited Use for Beginners
I'm half-way through the "XSLT Cookbook" and I must say I like this author's style. Compared to my level, Sal Mangano is a master at writing style-sheets; however, I never feel as though he is writing down to me. While most of the book is composed of cut-and-dry material, Mr. Mangano also provides just enough (but no more) interesting and slightly humorous ideas to prevent distraction.
The examples are pretty useful on their own for the programmer who is just learning the language), and they also prompted some stimulating ideas for my own projects. I especially find the chapters "Extending and Embedding XSLT" and "XML to XML" helpful (although the example in section 12.6 seems incomplete with no include statements). I would have preferred a little more details on embedding Saxon in Java, but the references provided (and the sample chapter of "Java and XSLT" from O'Reilly's web site) more than enough details to get me started.
Even though there are several highlights of the book, the solutions presented are a little hard to figure out (since, as a beginner, I don't yet read the Extensible Style sheet Language fluently) so a second book or tutorial is recommended for those who are generally unfamiliar with or unconfident using XSLT and XPath. The second edition should definitely have a **brief** reference or tutorial for 'us' beginners. In chapter two, he also mentions discussing trig functions, but Mr. Mangano only gives one sentence and no examples for their XSLT solutions. Although I can guess at their implementation (using a series that I constantly use in my Complex Analysis class), I wish the author would still have included such an example.

Despite these flaws, I highly recommend Sal Mangano's manuscript as an addition for anyone who is learning XSLT or just wants a quick solution to a common problem.
13 von 14 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Lots of "R&D" material here... 16. Januar 2006
Von Thomas Duff - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
[Review of 2nd edition]

One of my favorite development methodologies is "R&D"... "Rob & Duplicate". And an important source of inspiration is often the O'Reilly Cookbook series. For XSLT, you now have an up-to-date wealth of samples to pull from... XSLT Cookbook (2nd Edition) by Sal Mangano.

Contents: XPath; Strings; Numbers and Math; Dates and Times; Selecting and Traversing; Exploiting XSLT 2.0; XML to Text; XML to XML; Querying XML; XML to HTML; XML to SVG; Code Generation; Vertical XSLT Application Recipes; Extending and Embedding XSLT; Testing and Debugging; Generic and Functional Programming; Index

If you've never seen an O'Reilly Cookbook, the concept is pretty simple. Each "recipe" consists of a problem description, a solution, and a discussion of how the solution addresses the issues, along with any observations that can shed light on the situation. These recipes are then grouped together by general problem types so that you can easily find an area that might offer up a quick answer to your particular problem. In this book, Mangano expands upon the 1st edition that covered XSLT 1.0. The 2nd edition now covers the updated XSLT 2.0 standard, and offers up both 1.0 and 2.0 solutions and discussions to many of the problems. As such, you will find value in the material regardless of your particular version usage. So for instance, let's say I have an XML file that needs to be reformatted into a second file to meet some formatting requirement. By checking into the XML to XML file, I'll find solutions on turning attributes into elements, elements to attributes, renaming elements and attributes, and so on. Tutorial books will teach you the syntax for doing stuff like this, but they can't anticipate real-world solutions. Cookbooks assume you already know what you're doing, and they go right to solutions.

Personally, I find a number of uses for books like this. There's the obvious, which is to find an exact (or nearly so) answer to your particular problem. But stepping away from the "immediate" need, there's always the opportunity to read through the recipes and see how others might code a solution. You can learn new coding techniques that way, as well as see features of the language that perhaps you never noticed before. Sort of like having a guru sitting next to you at work...

Assuming you're past the point of beginner, the XSLT Cookbook is probably the second XSLT book that you want to have on your bookshelf. If it helps you solve a couple of problems and save a handful of hours in the process, it'll more than pay for itself...
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