Lantern is a tool that lets users load XML documents and test XPath expressions. It produces an immediate graphical result where selected and context nodes are highlighted, and displays the XML document in the same format as it is stored in the file (rather than as an ugly tree widget). It is aware of name spaces and allows the user to set a context node to test expressions related to it.
Jamper is an application for creating data transformation rules. It is a graphical tool that greatly simplifies the creation of those rules by using a simple drag-and-drop interface. Transformations are created simply by dragging lines between nodes. It is capable of loading XML schemas, instances, and XHTML documents. Therefore, it is possible to transform any of these document types into another. For example, a simple XML document can be transformed into an XHTML Web page.
The goal of xmlportlet is to provide a base portlet to serve as a simple mechanism for transforming XML data into the view for your portlet application. This base portlet will be JSR-168 compliant, and will relieve you from developing the basic boilerplate logic needed to transform XML using XSLT into HTML.
Docbook2odf consists of DocBook XSLT stylesheets and utilities for converting DocBook into OpenDocument. It is not restricted to text-like documents and can generate presentations, charts, or forms with images and multimedia. The result is returned in a zipped ODF file (.odt/.odp/.ods) with all required content.