So you've got your XML, and you've also got an XSLT stylesheet to format it. But how do you put the two of them together? Fear not - you can use PHP's Sablotron extension to perform XSLT transformation of XML data on the server. This article tells you how.
First, we showed you how to use PHP to develop cutting-edge Web applications. Then we showed you how to impress your boss with your XML and XSLT prowess. And finally, we gave you the skinny on combining the two to capture the best of both worlds, and a hefty paycheck to boot.
In case you were thinking that's all she sang, think again. What you've learned thus far is just the tip of the iceberg. PHP's increasing support for XML-based technologies makes new and different types of applications possible - as this article will demonstrate, by combining PHP with XSLT to perform server-side transformations of XML data. Keep reading.