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- Subject: [ANN] XSLT has never been so easy, Tiger XSLT Mapper 2.0 DeveloperEdition is Free
- From: Jun Zhang <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2005 17:05:33 -0800
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XSLT has never been so easy.
Don't you have to learn XSLT first? Not exactly. When you use Tiger, you
don’t need to know XSLT syntax, such as “match”, “for-each”,
Tiger is purely a mapper, not an editor. Tiger doesn’t have syntax
context sensitive keyword help , and doesn’t ask you to define “match”.
The only thing you need to know is which input maps to which output, and
then drag & drop. Do what you do best and leave the dirty work to Tiger.
/*For an Advanced XSLT user, Tiger can save you up to 95% of time when
creating XSLT style sheet.*/
* Auto Mapping: When you have input and expected output XML
structures, you can automatically generate mappings and the
corresponding style sheet with a click of a button.
* Auto Matching: automatically defines “match”, “for-each”,
* Auto Optimizing: can automatically generate optimized XSLT style
* XPath Editing : fully supports XPath.
* Expression Wizard: expedites the process of creating complex
* Conditional Processing: supports If, Choose-When-Otherwise
Download a free Developer Edition from : http://www.axizon.com/download.php
ps-. Tiger XSLT Mapper is an Eclipse plug-in, and standalone Tiger will
be released by the end of this month (March, 2005)