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XSLT Developer's Guide

By no means is the list of issues provided here exhaustive. However, we ourselves have come across such issues over and over again, and therefore we hope that addressing these questions will be a good starting point for you.

Summary

In this chapter, we considered practical issues related to the development of applications that use XSLT. We discussed how XSLT is useful in solving problems related to content syndication, B2B, and EAI. We also discussed the state of the art of client-side support for XSLT and ways to build presentation-independent applications that can be accessed by clients of differing types.

Armed with this knowledge, you should now be well-prepared to benefit from the next chapter, which discusses a variety of XML and XSLT tools, as well as the technologies that complement XSLT.


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