Infoteria Corporation has announced a new release of its iXSLT processor with enhanced functionality for the transformation of XML data into HTML, WML, or other XML files using XSL (W3C Extensible Stylesheet Language). "New performance testing features have been added, so users can test the time it takes to perform a single XSLT transformation or multiple transformations, defined by a 'repeat number.' Additionally, iXSLT 2.0c can load external entities from both XML and XSLT documents. iXSLT adds new extension elements to make transforming data easier than ever before: (1) iXSLT 2.0c supports executing external programs and inserting the results of these programs as the values for an XML element; (2) iXSLT can now output to multiple files; (3) XPATH functionality has been extended, allowing the user to change the result tree fragment node sets and evaluate character strings as functions."
"iXSLT is a 100% W3C-compliant XSLT (Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations) processor. Infoteria's iXSLT processor transforms XML data into HTML, WML, or other XML files using XSL (Extensible Stylesheet Language) files. .. iXSLT can transform a single source of XML data into multiple formats to effectively leverage XML data on personal computers, personal digital assistants, cellular devices and game machines."
"iXSLT is available in three configurations: (1) iXSLT Invoker, a Windows-based executable; (2) A Dynamic Link Library (DLL) that can be accessed from within C++ programs; (3) A Component Object Model (COM) version callable from Active Server Pages (ASP) or Visual Basic applications. iXSLT can be used to convert XML documents into HTML so any web browser can participate in an XML-based activity."