XSLT syntax highlighting is an implementation of syntax highlighting as an extension module for Java based XSLT processors (such as Xalan or Saxon). For example, if you have an article about programming written in DocBook, code examples can be automatically syntax highlighted during the XSLT processing phase.
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.
SilkPage is an XML-based Web publishing framework that has evolved from the Docbook Website. With strong foundations in XML, it is a publishing framework with a focus on Web standards and usability. It is particularly suited for publishing personal websites, though it is by no means limited to them.
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.
The docbooktoc.xsl is an XSLT file for generating an XHTML table of contents from DocBook XML documents. It is used by the LayManSys project for the documentation. docbooktoc generates an XHTML document containing the books' meta information (in DocBook XML, this is the subnode bookinfo) and then lists all of the books' chapters and sections in an ordered list. The meta information is both used for generating the head as well as the document header (in the XHTML body), and the output is the same as what the DocBook XSLT driver for XHTML generates.
c_xml is a class that can convert between XML files and arrays or strings. It can parse an XML file into a DOM document object, so it can be returned as an array or displayed using a XSL stylesheet. The parsed XML document can also be manipulated to add, change, or remove nodes. Nodes may be searched using XPath. The resulting document can be regenerated in XML format.