VANCOUVER, British Columbia – December 3, 2001 – Discover why people are so excited about XSLT, the XML transformation language, at next week’s XML 2001 conference in Orlando, where ActiveState will be leading technical talks and demoing our new XSLT products. Stop by ActiveState booth #107 and check out the latest releases of Komodo, our cross-platform, multilanguage, IDE — reviewed by CNET Builder as “an excellent tool for scripting developers who create large programs and want an IDE to help manage their projects.” We’ll be unveiling the latest Komodo beta release for Linux and Windows, featuring support for Web services and a unique XSLT debugger. We’re also showcasing Visual XSLT, a plug-in for Visual Studio .NET, with advanced XSLT editing and debugging capabilities, hailed by Developmentor as ‘without a doubt the most cutting-edge XSLT IDE to date.’ The conference also features several talks by ActiveState’s Paul Prescod. Paul has worked within the XML Working Group of the World Wide Web consortium to develop the XML family of standards, is co-author of “The XML Handbook”, and is a core Python developer. Join Paul as he discusses:
- XSLT and Scripting Languages
- An Embedded XSLT Editing/Debugging Environment
- Mozilla & XML – A Thriving Relationship
Hope to see you there! Can’t make it? We’re probably coming to a city near you soon – find out about our other events.