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Mark Pilgrim explains Atom's linking model
Atom is an emerging XML vocabulary and protocol for syndication and editing. Atom has a coherent linking model to express a number of different types of links. Atom borrows heavily from the element in HTML, although they are not identical. This article explores several of the most common link types that are already deployed in Atom feeds today.

Type: XML  #Views: 127  Category: Article    

Word 2003 Sample: Practice files for Introduction to XML
This download is a collection of sample files for use with the Introduction to XML in Word 2003 training course on Office Online.

Type: XML  #Views: 242  Category: Article    

XML Web Services inside Microsoft
This webcast covers XML web services inside Microsoft including connecting things together and return on investment.

Type: XML  #Views: 199  Category: Article    

Improve XML transport performance, Part 2: Comparing size and processing overhead in the different r
The text basis of XML documents provides many benefits -- but not in terms of transport performance. Alternative representations of XML documents can be much smaller or faster to process than text. Part 1 of this two-part article covered the basics of alternative representations for XML documents. Here in Part 2, Dennis Sosnoski presents actual size and processing overhead comparisons for text, gzip, and XBIS representations of a range of XML documents. He concludes with a look at the growing movement toward standardization of non-text representations for XML.

Type: XML  #Views: 185  Category: Article    

Time to rethink XML schema?
It is probably too early to say for sure, but it appears that Web services standards are quietly changing the world of development. Web services represent a detente of sorts between two big developer camps -- IBM and Microsoft.

Type: XML  #Views: 171  Category: Article    

Start-up embraces XML for routing
Start-up Sarvega is trying to bring the Internet networking model to the world of XML and Web services. The four-year-old company has developed what it calls an "XML router," a device that can look at the contents of a message using the Extensible Markup Language and send it to the appropriate point on a network. Sarvega plans to announce the device, XML Context Router, at the Supercomm networking conference next week.

Type: XML  #Views: 169  Category: Article    

Thinking XML: The commons of creativity
Many artists independent of big media concerns seek to collaborate with others and make their work more widely available. They are often willing to offer less restrictive contractual terms than those that consumers have recently been forced to accept. Creative Commons, which Uche Ogbuji introduces in this article, seeks to address this need by providing a way to express copyright license terms that are both human-readable and machine-readable. The machine-readable form uses RDF and thus makes available the network effects that have been covered throughout this column.

Type: XML  #Views: 167  Category: Article    

XML Matters: The XOM Java XML API
In this installment, David looks at Elliotte Rusty Harold's XOM. Broadly speaking, this is yet another object-oriented XML API, somewhat in the style of DOM, however a number of features set XOM apart, and Harold argues that they are important design elements. Chief among these is a rigorous insistence on maintaining invariants in in-memory objects so that an XOM instance can always be serialized to correct XML. In addition, XOM aims at greater simplicity and regularity than other Java XML APIs. You can share your thoughts on this article with the author and other readers in the accompanying discussion forum.

Type: XML  #Views: 188  Category: Article    

Thinking XML: A glimpse into XML in the financial services industry
A recent conference on XML in the financial services industry was an occasion for sober reflection on XML in the real world. Is XML finding its way into practical solutions? What best practices are guiding the adoption of XML? In this column, Uche Ogbuji ponders XML through the prism of the financial services industry, and presents some of the more important XML standards relevant to that industry.

Type: XML  #Views: 152  Category: Article    

XML Learning Guide
This guide explains what XML is, how it's used, and where it fits into the world of Web services. You'll find XML articles, tutorials, examples, tips, tools, white papers, expert advice and more to pump up your XML know-how quickly.

Type: XML  #Views: 163  Category: Article    

Improve XML transport performance, Part 1
XML is a text markup format designed for clarity and ease of use, without concern for conciseness. Because of these design choices, text XML can be costly in terms of both document size and processing overhead. Part 1 of this two-part article shows you some of the issues involved in alternative non-text representations of XML, and covers a few of the approaches being developed for this purpose; Part 2 will add some actual performance measurements so you can get a feel for the level of improvements possible.

Type: XML  #Views: 168  Category: Article    

Exchanging Documents with VB and XML
Although XML is still changing and being applied in new ways, you can put it to work today in order to build document exchange applications with VB, COM, and MSXML.

Type: XML  #Views: 140  Category: Article    

Store Large Lookup Tables in DataSets
A best practice when generating DataSet objects is to minimize the number of records returned by SqlDataAdapter objects. This works for VS.NET applications whose users have direct network connections to the underlying databases. However, this recommendation doesn't apply to seldom-connected mobile users who must look up records and edit data while they're in customers' offices, at pipeline pumping stations, on tankers at offshore terminals, or in other remote locations. Offline updates and inserts must be preserved between device reboots and survive updates that fail from concurrency conflicts.

Type: XML  #Views: 186  Category: Article    

Output Your Trace Info
Tracing allows you to record information about your application as it runs. Custom trace listeners let you leverage this trace information. In this article, I'll show you how to output your trace information to new targets including SQL Server and XML—and how to do this without parsing. I'll also show you an assert technique that's more flexible than Debug.Assert and remains available throughout your application's life cycle while protecting the end user from assert message boxes. I'll review the basics of the Trace and Debug classes and show how you can use them to improve the effectiveness of your trace output (see Fabio Claudio Ferracchiati's Desktop Developer column in Additional Resources for more background).

Type: XML  #Views: 188  Category: Article    

Describe open source projects with XML, Part 1
In this installment, Edd Dumbill starts the development of a vocabulary to describe open source software projects, setting goals and deciding among XML and RDF schema technologies.

Type: XML  #Views: 175  Category: Article    

Describe open source projects with XML, Part 2
Edd Dumbill continues the development of a vocabulary for describing open source software projects, looking at existing software registries and examining the problem of constraining property values.

Type: XML  #Views: 155  Category: Article    

Describe open source projects with XML, Part 3
In this installment of XML Watch, Edd Dumbill continues the development of a vocabulary for describing open source software projects, presenting a schema for the new vocabulary and example project descriptions.

Type: XML  #Views: 172  Category: Article    

Keep the Ant, Hold the XML
Over the past few years, I have become dependent on Apache Ant to manage the process of building my Java projects. I find this tool indispensable when I need to package large amounts of code and other resources into an easily deployed archive. No tool has come to my attention that comes close to Ant's cross-platform ability to search directories for files that match specific patterns, compile these files, and accumulate the results into an efficient archive.

Type: XML  #Views: 173  Category: Article    

Working XML: UML, XMI, and code generation, Part 2
In the second part of this series on UML and XML, Benoît introduces the UML metamodel. He proceeds to XMI, the XML-based specification for the exchange of models. He then shows how to map from the metamodel to XML schema. As an illustration, he includes two stylesheets that provide simple round-trip engineering between UML and XML. Share your thoughts on this article with the author and other readers in the accompanying discussion forum. (You can also click Discuss at the top or bottom of the article to access the forum.)

Type: XML  #Views: 208  Category: Article    

Automating B2B Integration with XML
This article will explain how XML is used to enable businesses to work together via the Internet, in the context of the RosettaNet B2B framework. Looking at proven frameworks such as RosettaNet is important as it provides insight into what works today, and what will become important tomorrow.

Type: XML  #Views: 238  Category: Article    

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