ycoon is a Python WSGI web development framework which allows XML processing pipelines to handle HTTP requests based on URI pattern matching. It is similar in intention to the Apache Cocoon framework. Pycoon uses sitemap file format compatible with Apache Cocoon Sitemap
he Saxon-EE product includes within a single package:
A schema-aware XSLT 2.0 processor
A schema-aware XQuery 1.0 processor
An XPath processor that can be called from Java applications
A free-standing XML Schema validator.
Saxon is written in 100% Java and therefore runs on any popular platform
EPUB 3.0, which is the latest revision of the industry-standard XML e-book format, jumps into modern web technology by embracing HTML5 and CSS3. It retains its focus on XML-driven toolkits by requiring XHTML serialization and adding supplementary XML vocabularies, such as MathML and SVG. EPUB 3 offers a variety of options for developing advanced, digital-native publications. In this article, learn to create rich-layout pages using some new features in EPUB 3.
The type-aware and schema-aware features of XSLT 2.0 can greatly assist you when you debug a stylesheet, and improve stylesheet quality and robustness in handling all input data. Learn how to use type-aware and schema-aware XSLT 2.0 during the debugging and testing process to avoid common issues with invalid paths, incorrect assumptions about data types, and cardinalities. Also, find examples of XSLT stylesheets that contain errors that would not be caught if schema-aware features were not in use, and discover how explicitly specifying types results in useful error messages.
The eXtensible Text Framework (XTF) is a powerful open source platform for providing access to digital content. Developed and maintained by the California Digital Library (CDL), XTF functions as the primary access technology for the CDL's digital collections and other digital projects worldwide.
The libferris virtual filesystem presents both files and their metadata as a virtual filesystem. The boundaries of what is considered a filesystem by libferris include such interesting data sources as PostgreSQL, LDAP and Firefox as well as standard Web items, such as HTTP, FTP and RDF.
Carrot is not the first XSLT-inspired project to provide a shorter syntax than XSLT itself. Syntax shorthands have included Paul Tchistopolskii's XSLScript, Sam Wilmott's RXSLT, and another project called XSLTXT. Although none of these projects provided direct inspiration for Carrot, they all address one of the same desires that Carrot addresses: being able to program in XSLT more concisely
YAPP XSLT is a lexical scanner and recursive descent parser generator, implemented in XSLT. No language extensions or non-standard features are used apart from the nodeset() function. Grammars are expressed in XML form and transformed by the generator stylesheet into another XSLT. A lexical scanner may also be generated from the same grammar.
TEI Boilerplate is a lightweight solution for publishing styled TEI (Text Encoding Initiative) P5 content directly in modern browsers. With TEI Boilerplate, TEI XML files can be served directly to the web without server-side processing or translation to HTML. Our TEI Boilerplate Demo illustrates many TEI features rendered by TEI Boilerplate.
The mission of the edtf project is to develop a lightweight and easy to use open-source Event Driven Testing / Monitoring Framework based on XTemp / ATML standards, with a first application on BPEL testing / monitoring.