This is a guide to coding XSLT or XPath in Visual Studio Code using the language and notebook extensions maintained by DeltaXML. Visual Studio Code's user interface has a different look and feel to that of legacy XSLT editors. The Command Palette, along with key bindings to most common commands, play a significant role in providing a clearer environment to work in.
The sections below introduce you to the fundamental parts of the user interface from the perspective of an XSLT/XPath developer.
In this section
Getting started with DeltaXML XSLT/XPath VS Code extension.
Editing XML elements and intellisense.
Using the XSLT/XPath extension and formatting.
Navigating code references and definitions.
Why use XPath Notebooks and quick start guide.
Specific XSLT extension settings.
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XSLT/XPath for Visual Studio Code - Visual Studio Marketplace
Use this link for a full list of XSLT/XPath release versions