This provides the "basic" conformance level of these languages; it also supports some optional features of the specifications such as serialization and support for XQuery modules.
Not included in the Home Edition are: schema processing and schema aware XSLT and XQuery; support for higher-order functions; support for XPath 1.0 (and XSLT 1.0) backwards compatibility mode, numerous Saxon extensions; calling out to Java methods; XQuery Update support; various optimizations including join optimization, streamed processing, multi-threaded execution, and byte code generation.
It also provides high-level HTML form manipulation functions.
The javadocs provide comprehensive documentation of the entire API, as well as being a very useful reference on aspects of HTML and XML in general.
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XPath provides syntax to define part of an XML document.
XPath Expression is a query language to select part of the XML document based on the query String.