Home Infolets - Internet Innovations Explored Search

Object Oriented XSL

  Posted on Tuesday June 19, @10:03PM Pacific
Programming Converting XML to HTML, XHTML, WML or another form of XML is a fairly common need. The most commonly offered solution for this is XSLT. I have worked with XSLT as well as some of the other approaches over the past year or two. I just came across XIST and it seems to take a very elegant approach to XML conversion. XIST is a DOM parser with a very simple and pythonesque tree API - every XML element type corresponds to a Python class and these Python classes provide a conversion method to transform the XML tree. I hope to get a chance to put this approach to the test in the coming weeks.

 
  Related Links
  • Other articles on Programming
  •   Recent Stories

    The Fine Print: Infolets posters grant Infolets an independent copyright on their postings, and retain their own copyright. Posters retain full responsibility for their postings.
    ( Reply )

    Re: Object Oriented XSL

    by ROSHANI on Monday April 08, @08:50AM
    HELLO. I'M ELECTRONIC STUDENT .
    MY project in university is about hardware'computer.
    can you help me obout it?
    thank you .
    [ Reply to this ]
    The Fine Print: Infolets posters grant Infolets an independent copyright on their postings, and retain their own copyright. Posters retain full responsibility for their postings.
    ( Reply )

    Copyright © Infolets 2000 - 2011. Infolets is a project of David Rubin