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Using SAXTransformerFactory
This is a tutorial explaining how to use the SAXTransformerFactory from Benoit Marchal, author of Applied XML Solutions, XML in the Enterprise and XML by Example.

Type: SAX  #Views: 589  Category: Tutorial    

Parsing XML with SAX and Python
In this article Nadia explains how to parse an XML document using the SAX API implementation available for Python.This tutorial will explain how to parse an XML document using the SAX API implementation available for Python. Of course, there is more than one way to parse XML data with Python. In this article we will focus at its built-in SAX module.

Type: SAX  #Views: 1132  Category: Tutorial    

Using SAX for Proper XML Output
In his latest Python and XML column, Uche Ogbuji explains how to use SAX to generate proper XML output from Python programs.

Type: SAX  #Views: 714  Category: Tutorial    

SAX Tutorial 1
XML 1.0 allows you to encode your information in textual form and it allows you to create tags which allow you to structure the information stored in XML documents. This information must at some point be read by some program to do something useful, like viewing, modifying or printing it. In order for your programs to access this information you can use the SAX (Simple API for XML) or the DOM (Document Object Model) APIs. Both these APIs must be implemented by the XML parser of your choice (which also must be written in the programming language of your choice).

Type: SAX  #Views: 1158  Category: Tutorial    

Simple API for XML
In this chapter we focus on the Simple API for XML (SAX), an event-driven, serial-access mechanism for accessing XML documents. This is the protocol that most servlets and network-oriented programs will want to use to transmit and receive XML documents, because it's the fastest and least memory-intensive mechanism that is currently available for dealing with XML documents.

Type: SAX  #Views: 358  Category: Tutorial    

Echoing an XML File with the SAX Parser
In real life, you are going to have little need to echo an XML file with a SAX parser. Usually, you'll want to process the data in some way in order to do something useful with it. (If you want to echo it, it's easier to build a DOM tree and use that for output.) But echoing an XML structure is a great way to see the SAX parser in action, and it can be useful for debugging.

Type: SAX  #Views: 497  Category: Tutorial    

Understanding SAX
This tutorial examines the use of the Simple API for XML version 2.0.x, or SAX 2.0.x. It is aimed at developers who have an understanding of XML and wish to learn this lightweight, event-based API for working with XML data. It assumes that you are familiar with concepts such as well-formedness and the tag-like nature of an XML document. In this tutorial, you will learn how to use SAX to retreive, manipulate, and output XML data.

Type: SAX  #Views: 364  Category: Tutorial    

Simple API for XML
In this chapter we focus on the Simple API for XML (SAX), an event-driven, serial-access mechanism for accessing XML documents. As you'll see in the DOM section of the tutorial, there is a mechanism however, taking advantage of that mechanism requires an understanding of the SAX model.

Type: SAX  #Views: 248  Category: Tutorial    

Echoing an XML File with the SAX Parser
In this exercise, you'll echo SAX parser events to System.out. Consider it the "Hello World" version of an XML-processing program. It shows you how to use the SAX parser to get at the data, and then echoes it to show you what you've got.

Type: SAX  #Views: 249  Category: Tutorial    

Simple API for XML
In this chapter we focus on the Simple API for XML (SAX), an event-driven, serial-access mechanism for accessing XML documents.

Type: SAX  #Views: 280  Category: Tutorial    

Serial Access with SAX
In this tutorial, we focus on the event-driven, serial-access mechanism for accessing XML documents, SAX. This is the protocol that

Type: SAX  #Views: 239  Category: Tutorial    

Simple API for XML
In this chapter we focus on the Simple API for XML (SAX), an event-driven, serial-access mechanism for accessing XML documents. This is the protocol that most servlets and network-oriented programs will want to use to transmit and receive XML documents, because it's the fastest and least memory-intensive mechanism that is currently available for dealing with XML documents.

Type: SAX  #Views: 212  Category: Tutorial    

Creating a SAX Handler for parsing XML documents
This step-by-step tutorial explains how to use JBuilder's SAX Handler wizard to create a SAX parser for parsing your XML documents. Samples are provided in the JBuilder samples/Tutorials/XML/saxparser/ directory. For users with read-only access to JBuilder samples, copy the samples directory into a directory with read/write permissions. This tutorial uses a sample XML document that contains employee data, such as employee number, first name, last name, and so on.

Type: SAX  #Views: 1674  Category: Tutorial    

Serial Access with the Simple API for XML (SAX)
In this part of the tutorial, we focus on the event-driven, serial-access mechanism for accessing XML documents, SAX. This is the protocol that most servlets and network-oriented programs will want to use to transmit and receive XML documents, because it's the fastest and least memory-intensive mechanism that is currently available for dealing with XML documents.

Type: SAX  #Views: 186  Category: Tutorial    

Should I use SAX or DOM?
SAX (Simple API for XML) and DOM (Document Object Model) were both designed to allow programmers to access their information without having to write a parser in their programming language of choice. By keeping the information in XML 1.0 format, and by using either SAX or DOM APIs your program is free to use whatever parser it wishes. This can happen because parser writers must implement the SAX and DOM APIs using their favorite programming language. SAX and DOM APIs are both available for multiple languages (Java, C++, Perl, Python, etc.).

Type: SAX  #Views: 297  Category: Tutorial    

The SAX API
SAX (Simple API for XML) started as a grassroots movement, but has gained an official standing. An XML tree is not viewed as a data structure, but as a stream of events generated by the parser.

Type: SAX  #Views: 241  Category: Tutorial    

SaxObjC Example for Writing SAX Handlers
A mini-tutorial on how to write a "raw" SAX parser using SaxObjC. The example implements a very simple RSS newsfeed parser.

Type: SAX  #Views: 338  Category: Tutorial    

Sax 2 Jumpstart
This SAX 2 quickstart tutorial shows how to construct a "bare-bones" application that uses the MSXML SAX2 to read an XML document and print the document's tags to the console. Includes downloadable source code and a SAX 2 COM Implementation Reference Card.

Type: SAX  #Views: 222  Category: Tutorial    

What is SAX?
The Simple API for XML, SAX, was invented in late 1997/early 1998 when Peter Murray-Rust and several authors of XML parsers written in Java decided there wasn’t much point to maintaining multiple similar yet incompatible APIs to do exactly the same thing. Murray-Rust was the first to suggest what he called “YAXPAPI”. The reason Murray-Rust wanted Yet Another XML Parser API was that he was thoroughly sick of supporting multiple, incompatible XML parsers for his parser-client application JUMBO. Instead, he wanted a standard API everyone could agree on. Parser authors Tim Bray and David Megginson quickly signed on to the project, and work began in public on the xml-dev mailing list where many people participated. Megginson wrote the initial draft of SAX. After a short beta period, SAX 1.0 was released on May 11, 1998.

Type: SAX  #Views: 251  Category: Tutorial    

SAX Filters
In all of XML, I have found nothing quite so hard to understand yet easy to do as writing SAX filters. For a long time, it felt like I had a mental block preventing me from grokking just how filters worked, and yet every time I wrote one it almost always worked on the first try. In fact, even when I was convinced that the code I had written could not possibly work, it did. I can’t decide whether this is an example of wonderful or awful API design.

Type: SAX  #Views: 289  Category: Tutorial    

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