|Publisher:||New Riders Press|
|Published:||Nov 14 2000|
|Posted:||Nov 19 2014|
|Book size:||4.66 MB|
The XML explosion hardly needs any introduction-it's everywhere and there just seems to be no end to what can be done with XML. While writing to the W3C standards, and keeping up with the pace for corporate implementation, you, the programmer or web developer, will need a comprehensive guide to get you started and show you what XML and its related technologies can do. A thorough guide is imperative to success because you will need to know and understand the full scope of XML from day one in order to work with it successfully. With your time constraints and impossible project schedules, you need a comprehensive guide that fulfills your needs in one complete book. Inside XML is an anchor book that covers both the Microsoft and non-Microsoft approach to XML programming. It covers in detail the hot aspects of XML; such as, DTD's vs. XML Schemas, CSS, XSL, XSLT, Xlinks, Xpointers, XHTML, RDF, CDF, parsing XML in Perl and Java, and much more.
A Programmer's Reference to XML, XPath, XSLT, XML Schema, SOAP, and More
XML and the technologies surrounding it have grown immensely in recent years -- in both use and complexity. There's more to know than any one individual can possibly remember. In Essential XML Quick Reference, two leading XML experts present an authoritative reference that covers all the XML-related technologies that matter. In one concise, accessible, example-rich guide, Aaron Skonnard and Martin Gudgin bring together critical information about XML, XSL, XSLT, schemas, namespaces, XPath, SAX, DOM, SOAP, even Microsoft's BizTalk. Following the hugely successful format pioneered by Patrick Chan's Java Almanacs, the authors provide a complete catalog of syntax references, combined with brief, to-the-point overviews of each technology and standard. This...
50 Specific Ways to Improve Your XML
Learning the fundamentals of XML might take a programmer a week. Learning how to use XML effectively might take a lifetime. While many books have been written that teach developers how to use the basic syntax of XML, this is the first one that really focuses on how to use XML well. This book is not a tutorial. It is not going to teach you what a tag is or how to write a DTD (Document Type Definition). Instead it's going to tell you when, why, where, and how to use such tools effectively (and equally important when not to use them).Since XML has become a fundamental underpinning of new software systems, it becomes important to ask new questions, not just what XML is, but how does one use it effectively? Which techniques work and which don't? Perhaps m...
Integrating XML and Web Services in Your JSP Application
JavaServer Pages technology allows Web developers and designers to rapidly develop and easily maintain information-rich, dynamic Web pages that are platform independent. JavaServer Pages technology uses XML-like tags and "scriptlets" written in the Java programming language to encapsulate the logic that generates the content for the page. This book is geared towards JavaServer Pages developers, bringing them a confident functionality and usage with XML. There are many examples within the book that are usable in other projects. The reader learns to build and expand custom JSP tags, which can realistically be used on any JSP project. Many advanced topics are also covered to maintain the interest of the more accomplished JSP developer....
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