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Tutorials

  • <oXygen/> User Manual

    A complete manual of using <oXygen/> XML Editor.

  • ZVON.ORG

    Tutorials regarding XML, XSL, XML Schema, XPath, Schematron, CSS, XInclude and XSLT.

  • XML.COM

    Tutorials dealing specifically with using XML with Java servlets and applications.

  • XML.ORG (OASIS)

    XML tutorials and articles.

  • Oracle

    A tutorial which describes the Extensible Markup Language (XML) and its related specifications.

  • xFront.com

    A collection of tutorials and articles regarding XML and Web Technologies.

  • RELAX NG Tutorial

    A tutorial for RELAX NG version 1.0 which specifies a pattern for the structure and content of an XML document.

  • Microsoft - XML Developer's Guide

    Contains a complete section dedicated to XML, XSLT and schema technologies.

Flute CSS Parser

<oXygen/> uses a modified version of the Flute parser for parsing CSS 2 stylesheets. The Flute parser is Copyright © 2002 World Wide Web Consortium, (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Institut National de Recherche en Informatique et en Automatique, Keio University).

Saxon 6.5 and Saxon EE Processors

<oXygen/> is bundled with and uses modified versions of the original Saxon 6.5 XSLT processor and Saxon EE XSLT and XQuery processor from Michael Kay. The source code of the modifications added to the original processors is provided for both Saxon 6.5 and Saxon EE. These modifications are subject to the Mozilla Public License Version 1.0.

oNVDL - <oXygen/> XML NVDL implementation based on Jing

Starting with version 20070517 oNVDL provides two NVDL implementations, one in Java and one in XSLT 2.0, the later only for the dispatching part of NVDL.

oNVDL was developed on top of Jing to add NVDL support starting from the existing NRL support. Read more

Video Tutorials
" oXygen XML Editor is the premier text editor for XML geeks, and an indispensable tool for O'Reilly's Production group. My team uses oXygen XML Editor for everything from simple XML editing to Schema validation and XSLT transformations. The digital production staff especially loves oXygen's built-in EPUB support, which eliminates a great deal of the grunt work that is usually entailed in editing EPUB files. The more we use oXygen, the more realize what a powerful tool it can be in digital and XML-based workflows."
Adam Witwer
Director of Content and Publishing Operations
O'Reilly Media