New from XML Press: XProc 3.0 Programmer Reference

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The latest book in our series of XML-related publications, XProc 3.0 Programmer Reference by Erik Siegel, is now generally available in ebook and print form through online book sellers worldwide.

XProc 3.0 Programmer Reference introduces XProc 3.0, which is a programming language for processing XML, JSON, and other documents. XProc chains conversions and other steps, allowing you to define and manage complex processing pipelines.

This book is aimed at programmers and others who process XML. It explains the language in detail, provides examples, and contains a set of example use cases. Anyone who uses the XProc language will find a wealth of information in this book.

The author of XProc 3.0 Programmer Reference, Erik Siegel, is a content engineer and XML specialist who runs Xatapult consultancy in the Netherlands. He specializes in content design and conversions, XML Schemas and transformations, eXist and XProc applications, and XML-related training.

Since 2017, Erik has been part of the XProc 3.0 editorial team.

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