XSLT XPATH and XQuery Fundamentals
Learn and use XSL and XPATH in easy steps
Created by Bharath Thippireddy - IT Architect and Best Selling Instructor- 400000+ students
Students: 3975, Price: $29.99
Students: 3975, Price: Paid
Sample of the reviews:
A clean tutorial, very useful, unfortunately we are obligated to develop on Eclipse IDE. I know we have other alternatives and this course is the fundamentals, that's why I gave it five stars, the lessons were most important then the Eclipse. o/ Thank you so much teacher, I hope use it in the future... too close future. - Rodrigo Chagas de Miranda
Good intro course to the topic. Easy to follow along, pacing is good, and sections are broken up into chunks that don't drag on too long. Another good course by this instructor. - Jim White
It certainly was a good match. This course had provided me with the basics of XSLT, XPath & XQuery. The material was presented in an easy to follow format and the exercises certainly helped to grasp the concepts. This will help me to move to more advanced concepts and will certainly apply this in my day to day duties. Thank You! - Sergio Sabás
Learn the fundamentals of XSLT, XPath and XQuery.
If you know XML, XSLT is easy to master. This course will introduce you to the fundamentals of each component of XSLT:
You will learn how to create XSL document and provide transformation instructions through templates.
You will address the XML Elements by learning the basics of XPATH.
You will apply your understanding of XSL and XPATH to navigate and transform a XML Document.
You will then Learn the XQuery syntax and use it to query a XML document.
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Adding XSLT, XPath & XQuery in addition to your current Development skills will look great on your resume.
What are the requirements?
Eclipse IDE(Installation is covered in easy setup section)
A basic understanding of HTML and XML
What am I going to get from this course?
Become a navigator of XML by learning the basics of XPath
Apply your understanding of XSL and your ability to navigate using XPATH to XSLT
Use your new XPath & XSLT skills to manipulate and transform your XML
Use Query syntax to query and transform XML
Excel XML, XPath and XSLT Workflows
Extend your advanced Excel skills with XML and XSLT processing
Created by Grant Gamble - Developer, trainer and author
Students: 1198, Price: $59.99
Students: 1198, Price: Paid
This is a Udemy best-selling course. Here are some of the comments from other students:
"Excellent instructor. The lessons are clear, practical and gradually increase the complexity. I had just a basic knowledge of XML and after this course I am learning a lot more."
"A very useful and unique insight into a lesser known area of Excel. I picked up a lot of tips that I probably wouldn't have been able to find by Googling. I also feel I have learned a lot about XML, XPath and XSLT, just in general terms, and not just in the context of Excel."
Microsoft Excel is a very XML aware application, featuring not only XML, but also XPath and XSLT capabilities; and this intermediate/advanced Excel course explains all of Excel's XML-related features in depth. The course assumes a good familiarity with Microsoft Excel and the use of Excel formulas. However, no knowledge of XML, or its related technologies, is assumed.
The course begins with an overview of the nature of XML and itemizes the different objects which can form part of an XML document. This introductory section also explains the use of DTDs and schema documents to validate XML.
We then move on to look at the importing and exporting of data into and out of Microsoft Excel. We discuss the creation of XML maps and how they relate to XML tables, as well as the validation of XML data, using schema documents, both on import and export.
Next, we explore online XML, as we use Excel's WEBSERVICE, FILTERXML and ENCODEURL functions to download XML data from online web services and use XPath statements to extract the information we want from the downloaded XML.
Although FILTERXML and its XPath statements are designed to work only with online web services, this course will show you a crafty workaround which will enable you to use this function to extract data from your local XML documents as well.
The final section of this course is given over to an XML capability which is well hidden in Microsoft Excel, namely the ability to transform XML as you import it by using XSL stylesheets. The course provides an overview of how XSL sheets are constructed and how XPath is used within stylesheets to target the different parts of the input XML document which you want to transform and include in the output.
In short, whatever Excel XML workflows you are faced with, this course will equip you to deal with them confidently and efficiently.
Practical Transformation Using XSLT and XPath (5-hour free preview; 24 hours total)
5-day class for transforming XML covers every element, every attribute and every function of W3C XSLT/XPath 1.0 and 2.0.
Created by G. Ken Holman - CTO, Crane Softwrights Ltd.: consulting and training services worldwide in XML/XSLT/ XQuery/XSL-FO/UBL/code lists/&c.
Students: 1035, Price: $179.99
Students: 1035, Price: Paid
"Practical Transformation Using XSLT and XPath" is over 24 hours of instructor lecture, with hands-on exercises and solutions, of an intensive five-day training class. The introduction/overview is free, the first two modules are free, the introduction of every other module is free, one additional lecture is free and the annexes are free: a total of 311 minutes of free preview content!
This class overviews the entire scope of the Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations (XSLT) 1.0 , XSLT 2.0 , the XML Path Language (XPath) 1.0 and XPath 2.0 W3C Recommendations, used for transforming structured information (e.g. XML to XML, XML to HTML, XML to XSL-FO, XML to text, etc.). The objectives of the course are to understand the role and utility of the Recommendations, to overview all the constructs of the Recommendations (this five-day delivery covers every element, every attribute, and every function), to design and develop XSLT scripts, and to efficiently navigate the available documentation and resources. The relationship of XSLT to XSL is explained, though details of XSL Formatting Object semantics are not included.
XML XSLT – Crash Course for Beginners
Quickly Learn basics of XML XSLT (Stylesheet) & start creating the web applications which use XML aggressively
Created by Toshendra Sharma - Entrepreneur in Security & Blockchain
Students: 538, Price: $89.99
Students: 538, Price: Paid
This course is for anyone who is interested in quickly learn the XML XSLT (EXtensible Stylesheet Language Transformation) & it's power to utilize it in Web Development. Here I will teach you how to write the stylesheet of the XML documents using XSLT standard & display them properly in the web browsers like HTML table etc.
Currently every web site or web service offer support to XML. This course will give you the strong basic understanding of XML XSLT using practical implementation on screen & help you implement it in your web development projects.
I designed this course for anyone including non-technical person. So if you are not a developer and still interested in learning about the XML XSLT & see how it works then this course is for you.
Here we will start from zero & go to higher level very quickly. You don't need multiple hours long course to learn XML Stylesheet (XSLT). This course will make you strong enough for the interviews, your college projects, office projects, your freelancing projects to build basic & complex Web Services as well as applications.
Complete Guide to XML For Microsoft Developers
XML, XPATH, XSLT, XQuery, XSD, XML in SQLServer, C#, LINQ, and PowerShell, Saxonica
Created by Neal Walters - BizTalk Consultant
Students: 433, Price: $109.99
Students: 433, Price: Paid
This course is for Microsoft developers who want a well-rounded approach to XML on the entire Microsoft product-line. It is based on my 19 years of consulting and teaching XML and B2B/Integration. To be a well-rounded developer or architect, you need to be aware of all these features; and that's especially true for BizTalk and Integration Developers.
In addition to learning XML, you will learn XPath, XSLT (Extensible Stylesheet Language - used to map XML to another XML or HTML), and XQuery. The course shows what is possible with the Microsoft .NET libraries, and what additional features are available by using the third party Saxonica .NET libraries. You will learn how to create and understand XSD Schemas, and how to validate an XML file against a schema.
The programming languages covered as they relate to XML are C#, PowerShell, and T-SQL. You will learn how to read and write XML, and how to navigate and find elements and values in the XML, and how to modify the XML (for example, adding new elements or new attributes).
In Microsoft SQL Server, you will learn 1) how to use XML columns, 2) how to format relational data as XML using the "For XML" clause, and 3) how to take an XML file and query it in SQL, then store it into relational tables.
The course includes the most popular tools used on Windows platforms, including Visual Studio, NotePad++, VSCode, and XMLNotePad.