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XSLT Tutorial and Training

Introduction
  1. Introduction to XSLT ……………………………………………………………………………………………………Day 1

    XSLT stands for Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformation which is abbreviated as XSLT. It is a Procedure of conversion of XML documents into different formats like XHTML.

  2. Introduction to XML Spy ……………………………………………………………………………………………………Day 1

    XML Spy is the development environment XML which is an Altova product. XML Spy renders a platform to the developers to build up a XML based and Online services apps by employing technologies like XML, XML Schema, XSLT, XPath, SOAP and XQuery.

  3. Introduction to Map Force……………………………………………………………………………………………………Day 1

    Map Force is designed by Altova for transformation of any graphical or pictorial mapping along with the integration tool for mapping data between the arrays of XML database, EDI, flat file, XBRL. JSON or/and web services. And further convert data instantaneously or automatically brings about data assimilation code in order to execute recurrent transformations.

XML
  1. Introduction to XML……………………………………………………………………………………………………Day 1

    XML is the prerequisite to learn XSLT. XML is the insight crisp behind XSLT. So the first step to head towards XSLT is XML. This section will envelop the basics of the fundamental pillar of XSLT.

  2. XML Syntax ……………………………………………………………………………………………………Day 1

    Now you have well heard the term XML. Now it’s the turn of XML syntax to get on the floors. Every system has its own protocol so is here. XML has its own syntax. XML syntax is the set of rules which demand a bit of logic but yes are simple to use too. This lecture will coach you how to use XML Syntax.

  3. XML Elements and Attributes……………………………………………………………………………………………………Day 1

    The XML document is composed of XML elements and the elements have its own characteristic which defines them. Data is the real time entity we are talking about here. This lecture will educate you about XML elements and attributes.

  4. XML Tree……………………………………………………………………………………………………Day 1

    The XML Tree is important to understand to early prep you for XPath. This lecture will help you understand the XML tree. Deciphering XML tree is crucial as it is a mock drill for learning XPath. This lecture will assist you to step your brain in the domain of XML Tree.

XPath
  1. Introduction to XPath……………………………………………………………………………………………………Day 2

    In XPath, we get to be navigators of the XML document. This lecture will introduce you to XPath concepts. It’s the time to begin the navigational ride through the attributes and the elements in the XML document. It is the prime element in XSLT standard so let’s built-up the infrastructure of XPath in your brain.

  2. XPath Relationships……………………………………………………………………………………………………Day 2

    In order to efficaciously make use of path expressions to browse you need to better apprehend the concepts of the relationships links between the nodes in any XML document. This lecture comprises of the concepts of

    1. XPath Nodes- The classification of nodes are as follows- element, attribute, text, namespace, comment, document nodes and processing –instruction. Xml documents are considered as huge tress of nodes.
    2. XPath Syntax- XPath adapts path expressions as a selective mechanism for the selection of nodes and this selection mechanism involves specific steps.
  3. Path Expressions……………………………………………………………………………………………………Day 2

    In order to filter the nodes and select the adept nodes in XSLT Path expressions play a vital role. Path expressions are radically a mechanism for the expression of allowed arrays of execution. This lecture is formulated to teach you how to write and analyze path expressions for an XML document individually from the XSLT. It constitutes two elements-

    1. XPath Axes- An XPath axis defines the set of nodes in reference to the current node.
    2. XPath operators- Set of operators used in Path expressions.
XSLT
  1. The XSLT Document – Transform your XSL……………………………………………………………………………………………………Day 3
    1. extensible Stylesheet Language-
    2. An XSLT Stylesheet
      1. xsl:template
      2. xsl:value-of
      3. Whitespace and xsl:text
    3. Output Types
      1. Text
      2. XML
      3. HTML AND XHTML
    4. XSLT Elements and Attributes
      1. xsl:element
      2. xsl:attribute
      3. Attributes and Curly Brackets
  2. Flow control in XSLT……………………………………………………………………………………………………Day 3

    The high level analytical language revolves around familiar concepts of object oriented programming and data structure and algorithms that is variables and iterators.

    1. Looping in XSLT
    2. Sorting with XSLT
    3. Looping and Sorting
    4. Conditions with XSLT
  3. XSLT Templates, Parameters and Variables – The vital parameters of XSLT……………………………………………………………………………………………………Day 3
    1. xsl:apply-templates
    2. xsl:call-template
    3. Passing Parameters
    4. Removing Content
    5. Template Modes
    6. Template Priority
      1. Default Priorities
      2. Assigning Priorities
    7. XSLT Variables
  4. XSLT Functions – Functionalities of the functions…………………………………………………………………………………………Day 4

    XSLT functions are enduring tools for transforming your node sets in concurrence with variables and conditional statement. There are numerous in-built functions in XSLT.

  5. Multiple XML and XSLT Documents – Manifold documents at a time……………………………………………………………………………………………………Day 4
    1. Including XSLTs
    2. Importing XSLTs
    3. Conflict resolution
    4. The document() Function
    5. The collection() Function
    6. Multiple Result Documents
  6. Grouping – Mapping of elements……………………………………………………………………………………………………Day 4
    1. The xsl:group Element
    2. Grouping by Value
    3. Grouping Adjacent Elements
    4. Grouping by Starting and Ending Elements
  7. User-Defined Functions – Parameterize the Functions……………………………………………………………………………………………………Day 5
    1. The xsl:function Element
    2. Function Names and Parameters
    3. Calling User-Defined Functions
  8. Advanced XSLT Techniques – Polish your Expertise……………………………………………………………………………………………………Day 5
    1. Working with Namespaces
      1. What Are Namespaces?
      2. Declaring Namespaces in XSLT
      3. Namespace Declarations and XPath Expressions
    2. Working with Keys
      1. Key Basics
        1. <‘xsl:key/’>
        2. The key() Function
        3. Improving Performance with Keys
          1. Cross References
          2. The Key Way
      2. The generate-id() Function
    3. Working with Numbered Lists
      1. The position() function
      2. xsl:number
    4. Outputting Processing Instructions
    5. Copying Nodes
      1. xsl:copy
      2. xsl:copy-of
  9. Difference between XSLT1.0 and XSLT 2.0 – The major difference between the two versions……………………………………………………………………………………………………Day 5
    1. Transformation of tree modules into nodes.
    2. Multiple output channel from a single document
    3. Group becomes better by built in support
    4. User-defined functions.
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