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Extensible Markup Language (XML) Tutorial - Introduction
The Extensible Markup Language (XML) is a subset of the Standard Generalised Markup Language (SGML), the standard for creating markup documents. Unlike HTML, another markup language based on SGML, XML allows you to describe data and its structure rather than display it. XML is not a replacement for HTML, but compliments it by allowing the author to describe their own tags.

Type: XML  #Views: 115  Category: Article    

XML Driven .NET-XSLT Version of the tree control.
The .NET-XSLT Version of the tree control. There's little .NET in it, except the class I sent previously. The XSLT Transformation does the job. Also are included the Images that have to be under the web-root directory.

Type: XML  #Views: 161  Category: Article    

Ahead of the Curve
BILL GATES CLEARLY is sold on XML. At his opening keynote at the Microsoft Professional Developers Conference (PDC) in Los Angeles, he launched a series of incremental initiatives in the .NET platform. Developers received six CDs of late-beta Visual Studio.NET, the .NET Framework, plus SDKs (software development kits) and sample code for the Tablet PC, .NET My Services, and the .NET Compact Framework.

Type: XML  #Views: 157  Category: Article    

Evolution or Revolution? Standardizing XML Technology
Dozens of exhibitors and hundreds of attendees spoke the language and shared the possibilities of XML (eXtensible Markup Language) technology at the XML One/Web Services One conference this week.

Type: XML  #Views: 160  Category: Article    

Less Is More In E-Business: The XML/edi Group
This week, David Webber from the XML/EDI Group, in an article co-authored with Alan Kotok from the Data Interchange Standards Association (DISA), presents his perspective on the integration of XML with EDI. The authors argue strongly that simplicity is the key to the widespread adoption of XML e-business solutions. The article urges the W3C to look to the needs of mainstream business as well as publishers, and not to overcomplicate XML standards.

Type: XML  #Views: 139  Category: Article    

XML style guidelines for leveraging schema validators
Used correctly, XML Schema validation can dramatically reduce the effort necessary to perform basic data validation tasks. Additionally, validation rules that are centrally located in an XML schema can help users to better understand your system.

Type: XML  #Views: 196  Category: Article    

Messaging: The transport part of the XML puzzle
Need help sorting out XML messaging protocols? This article looks at major transport-level options and compares how they accomplish transferring XML between parties reliably. You'll find an overview of the approaches of XML-RPC, SOAP, WDDX, ebXML, and JMS as they apply to XML transport, with simple example code.

Type: XML  #Views: 143  Category: Article    

Thinking XML: XML meets semantics, Part 3
Uche Ogbuji discusses several recent events in XML semantic transparency and XML knowledge management, including new developments in ebXML and RosettaNet.

Type: XML  #Views: 141  Category: Article    

XML Web Services and telcos
Recently, the concept of XML Web Services has attracted significant attention both from a technology and a business point of view. XML Web Services provide a standardised way for machines to access and use encapsulated services and functions on other machines over the Internet.

Type: XML  #Views: 156  Category: Article    

XML Comes Of Age
The Extensible Markup Language has come of age. First considered a better way to create Web pages, XML is now widely viewed as the leading data exchange technology for e-commerce. Why?

Type: XML  #Views: 144  Category: Article    

Extensible and More
At the XML '99 conference last year, Steve McVey of Sterling Commerce remarked, "XML is very flexible. Everyone can do their own thing, and, by golly, everyone is!"

Type: XML  #Views: 146  Category: Article    

An XML specification for declaring business information conformance
This short article focuses on XML-based business information modeling, however the general issues discussed are fundamentally neutral and not technology-specific.

Type: XML  #Views: 163  Category: Article    

How the Annotated XML Specification Works
The XML 1.0 specification is accessed in read-only mode. For convenience, I keep a local copy in a file called xml.xml. All the annotations live in another single file (about 25% larger than the XML specification itself) named notes.xml.

Type: XML  #Views: 164  Category: Article    

Identity Crisis
This weeks XML-Deviant article looks at the problem of unique identifiers in XML documents, a loop-hole in XPointer, and proposals on XML-DEV to resolve the issue.

Type: XML  #Views: 120  Category: Article    

Flipping the Links
Once I had authored all these hyperlinks, I faced the problem of how to display them. Unfortunately, in 1998 there weren't any Web browsers that could do the job, and in fact, I wanted this to be usable by anyone with a basic HTML browser.

Type: XML  #Views: 143  Category: Article    

A Data Model for Strongly Typed XML
In many XML applications, the producers and consumers of XML documents are aware of the datatypes within those documents. Such applications can benefit from manipulating XML via a data model that presents a strongly typed view of the document. Although a number of abstractions exist for manipulating XML -- the XML DOM, XML infoset, and XPath data model -- none of these views of XML take into account usage scenarios involving strongly typed XML.

Type: XML  #Views: 147  Category: Article    

XML Linking Technologies
In contrast to the changes required to document structure for RDF, the latest XLink CR has chosen to locate most of the linking information in attributes. These attributes, placed in a separate namespace, are usable with minimal impact as an addition to XML vocabularies.

Type: XML  #Views: 114  Category: Article    

XML Linking: An Executive Summary
Back in the early days -- that is, two years ago -- XML was most often compared to HTML, and in the eyes of many, XML came up short. HTML was a simple language anyone could learn; XML had complexities that could confuse developers.

Type: XML  #Views: 136  Category: Article    

Introduction to XML
Now you're up to speed with XML in general, what are these acronyms that keep popping up like XML Schema and XSLT? And what can you use XML for, anyway?

Type: XML  #Views: 106  Category: Article    

An overview of the new XPointer specification - Builder.com
The purpose of the XPointer element() Scheme document is to describe how, in conjunction with the XPointer Framework, you’d use XPointer to address XML elements in an application. For example, the following code identifies the first child element of the root node, which in the case of Listing A would be the first item node.

Type: XML  #Views: 125  Category: Article    

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