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XML to HTML using XSLT, Java: Useful Links

Here are some links to resources which I found very useful while I was developing a NetBeans plug-in module, which helped me properly construct the pretty HTML from a XML file using XSLT in Java:


Thanks a lot guys!


Build your web applications with Tapestry 5

Packt Publishing, the publishers of computer related books have released their latest book on Tapestry 5, the Apache open-source framework for creating dynamic, robust, highly scalable web applications in Java. The new book titled, Tapestry 5: Building Web Applications is a step-by-step guide to Java Web development with the developer-friendly Apache Tapestry framework.

The book based on the latest version of Tapestry Web development framework and helps you get working with Tapestry components. It builds up an example website through each the book.

The book assumes that the reader is reasonably comfortable with the Java programming language, but no knowledge of web technologies is needed. For experienced Servlet, JSP, or Struts developers, the book will show an alternative way that will allow them to raise their productivity to an incomparable level. With this book you will see that a contemporary component-based framework can be easy to learn and a pleasure to work with.

More information about the book can be found at:

The Dreams of Reality: NetBeans Innovators Grants

The NetBeans Innovators Grants agenda has been announced. Read the announcement here

Here are some quick links: