It is also an implementation of XPath. This happens because xPath is used in XSLT.
AJAXSLT is interesting for developers who strive aggressively for cross browser compatibility of their advanced web applications.
This implementation of XSLT operates at the DOM level on its input documents. It internally uses a DOM implementation to create the output document, but usually returns the output document as text stream.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Added feature to optionally allow case-insensitive node name comparisons; this is useful when using XPaths on HTML, where node names are not consistent across browsers.
· Improved performance by relying on getElementsByTagName where possible.