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XML Examples
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Type: XML  #Views: 150  Category: Example    

XML Application Examples
deutsche Version. XML Applications at Work. Collaborative Commerce based
on XML. ... XML-based content management system improves production time. ...

Type: XML  #Views: 171  Category: Example    

Source Code and Examples from The XML Bible
Examples from The XML Bible. This ... Chapter. Chapter 1: An Eagle's Eye View
of XML (no examples in this chapter); Chapter 2: XML Applications; ...

Type: XML  #Views: 143  Category: Example    

XML Examples

Many of the samples below rely on client-side XML handling and were written to utilize functionality implemented in Internet Explorer 5 and above


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http://www.wdvl.com/Authoring/Languages/XML/XHTML/xml.html
Extensible Markup Language (XML) is a human-readable, machine-understandable, general syntax for describing hierarchical data, applicable to a wide range of applications (databases, e-commerce, Java, web development, searching, etc.). Custom tags enable the definition, transmission, validation, and interpretation of data between applications and between organizations.

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XML Behaviors - the new DHTML

 

A behavior selector can point to a separate XML file that contains code to be executed against XML or HTML elements in a Web page.

Did you understand that? A method for completely removing script code from HTML pages? That's great! Now we can start writing script libraries, and attach our scripts to any element we want!id .

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Type: XML  #Views: 258  Category: Example    

XML HTTP Requests

If you are using IE 5.0 or higher, XML data can be requested from a server using an HTTP request.


The Browser Request

An HTTP request from the browser, can request XML from a server

If you are using IE 5.0 or higher, XML data can be requested from a server using an HTTP request.


The Browser Request

An HTTP request from the browser, can request XML from a server

If you are using IE 5.0 or higher, XML data can be requested from a server using an HTTP request.


The Browser Request

An HTTP request from the browser, can request XML from a server

If you are using IE 5.0 or higher, XML data can be requested from a server using an HTTP request.


The Browser Request

An HTTP request from the browser, can request XML from a server

If you are using IE 5.0 or higher, XML data can be requested from a server using an HTTP request.


The Browser Request

An HTTP request from the browser, can request XML from a server

If you are using IE 5.0 or higher, XML data can be requested from a server using an HTTP request.


The Browser Request

An HTTP request from the browser, can request XML from a server

If you are using IE 5.0 or higher, XML data can be requested from a server using an HTTP request.


The Browser Request

An HTTP request from the browser, can request XML from a server

If you are using IE 5.0 or higher, XML data can be requested from a server using an HTTP request.


The Browser Request

An HTTP request from the browser, can request XML from a server


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http://www.w3schools.com/xml/xml_applications.asp

This chapter demonstrates a small framework for an XML application.


Type: XML  #Views: 213  Category: Example    

A Simple XML Server

XML can be generated on a server without any installed XML controls.


 


 


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Displaying XML with CSS

With CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) you can add display information to an XML document.

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Type: XML  #Views: 256  Category: Example    

XML in Real Life
Some real-life examples of how XML can be used to carry information

Type: XML  #Views: 189  Category: Example    

XML in Data Islands

With Internet Explorer 5.0 and higher, XML can be embedded within HTML pages in Data Islands.


Type: XML  #Views: 248  Category: Example    

Displaying XML with JavaScript

To display XML data inside an HTML page you can use JavaScript to import data from an XML file. To see how XML and HTML complement each other this way; first look at the XML document, then open the HTML document that contains a JavaScript which reads an XML file and displays the information inside the HTML page.


Type: XML  #Views: 223  Category: Example    

Using the Microsoft XML Parser

To read and update - create and manipulate - an XML document, you need an XML parser. The Microsoft XML parser is a COM component that comes with Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0. Once you have installed IE 5.0, the parser is available to scripts inside HTML documents and ASP files.

The Microsoft XMLDOM parser features a language-neutral programming model that:

  • Supports JavaScript, VBScript, Perl, VB, Java, C++ and more
  • Supports W3C XML 1.0 and XML DOM
  • Supports DTD and validation

Type: XML  #Views: 466  Category: Example    

Viewing XML with Internet Explorer 5

You can use IE5 to view an XML document just as you view any HTML page. There are several ways to open an XML document. You can click on a link, type the URL into the address bar, double-click on an XML document in a folder, and so on.

If you point IE5 to an XML document, IE5 will display the document with its root element and child elements expanded. A plus (+) or minus sign (-) to the left of the XML elements can be clicked to expand or collapse the element structure, and if you only want to view the raw XML source, you can select "View Source" from the browser menu.


Type: XML  #Views: 208  Category: Example    

XML-DEV Mailing List Archive - through February 2000
OASIS has taken over the maintenance of this list, but the archives up through February 2000 are still searchable via a Glimpse engine at this URL.

The xml-dev mailing list, intended largely for programmers, provides the latest round of thoughts on new directions for XML standards work. The archive is a good way to become familiar with important discussion topics.


Type: XML  #Views: 215  Category: Example    

TextML Server Lite
Download link for the TEXTML Server, an XML document server and development tool designed to enable users to develop their own solutions for their XML documents. A COM API, an ASP toolkit, documenation, a sample document base of 800 XML documents and a demo user interface developed with ASP are included. Online demo examples include a multimedia library and an ecommerce catalog.

Type: XML  #Views: 219  Category: Example    

Shakespeare 2.00

This collection of Shakespeare plays was designed by Jon Bosak to provide beginners with example DTDs and source files to practice validation and test parsers.

The plays have been tested as valid SGML (according to nsgmls) and valid XML (according to nsgmls, the Java Software Project X parser, and the validator developed by the Scholarly Technology Group at Brown University).


 


Type: XML  #Views: 291  Category: Example    

How to Retrieve XML Data Using a Template File with ADO in Visual C++
This Microsoft XML sample shows how an Active Data Objects (ADO) client can run a SQL Server XML query stored in a template file, and retrieve the XML data from a SQL Server 2000 database. It does this by using the Microsoft Object Linking and Embedding Data Base Provider for SQL Server (SQLOLEDB) that ships with Microsoft Data Access Components version 2.6 (MDAC 2.6) or later. Sample SQL XML query and Visual C++ code is included.

Type: XML  #Views: 279  Category: Example    

Religion 2.00
This collection of religion files was designed by Jon Bosak to provide beginners with example DTDs and source files to practice validation and test parsers.

The files have been tested as valid SGML (according to nsgmls) and valid XML (according to nsgmls, the Java Software Project X parser, and the validator developed by the Scholarly Technology Group at Brown University).


Type: XML  #Views: 251  Category: Example    

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