Unit Testing Framework - XSLT
||When Alex started to use UTF-X in June 2006 he realized that several essential
features were missing. With the support from Qpass - Amdocs Digital Commerce
Division Alex implemented named template and stylesheet parameters and the support
for absolute XPath expressions.
||Mikael lives in Stockholm, Sweden. He works as a developer for a large
telecommuncations firm Eircsson. He has recenlty been working with Java, ant, XML
and Eclipse. Mikael has written a Java code generator that generates source code
using XSLT stylesheets. Large amount of XSLT caused him to searched
for a way to test the code when he ran into UTF-X. He has worked on build.xml and
the history sample.
||Richard presently works for an online training company as their lead designer and
he also designs & develops interactive learning material. He has worked in
the process industry cutting code for pharmaceutical applications as well as being a
consultant network support specialist. He moved to Australia in 2003 and has no
inclination to return to UK anytime soon.
||Jacek (Yatsek) works for the Queensland Government as a Technical Architect and
developes Web Services interoperability standards, profiles and testing suites.
Jacek's technical background is in Unix, distributed systems, XML, Java and J2EE.
Jacek started the UTF-X project in December 2003 in order to test XSLT stylesheets used in XML
publishing systems he developed for the University of Southern Queensland.
|Various people have contributed to UTF-X over the years.
Special thanks to Oliver Lucido for some of the early work. Other contributors are: Sally MacFarlane,
Oliver Hunger, Sridhanya Ganapathi, Peter Sefton, Stephano Ah-Fock and Chris Mills.