Using XSLT to deliver XML on browsers

An update on Firefox (with some help from the world of model railroading) and Chrome.

Delivery of XML on web browsers isn’t as popular as XML’s inventors originally hoped, but it’s still useful. It’s easy to add a standardized processing instruction to your XML that points at an XSLT stylesheet that converts your XML to HTML, and then when you open the XML file in your browser, you see the result. When you need a rendered version of some XML to review, this can make it happen pretty quickly. (The W3C Recommendation Associating Style Sheets with XML…