Thinking XML: Firefox 3.0 and XML

Posted by Roger on Jul 30, 2008 3:37 PM EDT
IBM/developerWorks; By Uche Ogbuji
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Mozilla continues to improve its flagship browser and the latest major release, Firefox® 3.0, offers something for just about everyone. XML developers were certainly not left out—the new version improves basic parsing, DOM, XSLT, SVG, and more. In this article, learn of the new features Firefox 3.0 offers for XML processing; pay close attention to how the added EXSLT extensions open up fresh possibilities for XSLT on the browser.

With all the hundreds of XML processing tools out there, Web browsers are still where the action isâ??luckily for XML developers, the action never seems to slow down. Firefox 3 introduces a huge improvement to basic XML parsing as well as a big win for those looking to use XSLT in Firefox. This makes a big difference for practical use of XML on the Web.

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