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XML & Object Persistence: Serialization Problems
In part two of this tutorial on object persistence and XML, Ralf Westphal picks through some of the difficulties involved in object serialization, including how to maintain hierarchy and structures."

Type: XML  #Views: 200  Category: Tutorial    

XML & Object Persistence: Roll Your Own
In the third and final part of this tutorial on object persistence and XML, Ralf Westphal shows how to create your own XML data format for serializing and deserializing objects.

Type: XML  #Views: 220  Category: Tutorial    

Transforming XMI to HTML

In this project we will be demonstrating how to use the newly introduced XSLT stylesheet technology to transform XMI documents into HTML. Our purpose is to be able to display an object-oriented design in a web browser.

XMI is an XML-based, stream representation of a UML model which has the potential to allow models to be shared between different UML tools. Since XMI is a relatively new part of the suite of UML standards (March, 1999), support for this standard has appeared gradually over the course of the last year. For a discussion on the future role XMI can play in the O-O development process, please see our criteria for choosing a UML modeling tool.

For information of a tutorial nature on XSLT, see our companion set of pages, XSLT by Example, which is also based on the stylesheet presented herein.

There are a number of new, evolving technologies discussed in the sections which follow. Links to documents describing these technologies are provided at the end of this page for further research. The reader will benefit by delaying the navigation of these links until after the presentation of our design.

In this project we will be demonstrating how to use the newly introduced XSLT stylesheet technology to transform XMI documents into HTML. Our purpose is to be able to display an object-oriented design in a web browser.

XMI is an XML-based, stream representation of a UML model which has the potential to allow models to be shared between different UML tools. Since XMI is a relatively new part of the suite of UML standards (March, 1999), support for this standard has appeared gradually over the course of the last year. For a discussion on the future role XMI can play in the O-O development process, please see our criteria for choosing a UML modeling tool.

For information of a tutorial nature on XSLT, see our companion set of pages, XSLT by Example, which is also based on the stylesheet presented herein.

There are a number of new, evolving technologies discussed in the sections which follow. Links to documents describing these technologies are provided at the end of this page for further research. The reader will benefit by delaying the navigation of these links until after the presentation of our design.


Type: XML  #Views: 288  Category: Tutorial    

TREX Tutorial

TREX is a new language for validating XML documents.

I suggest you start by reading the tutorial. This assumes some familiarity with XML and XML namespaces. This article on XML namespaces would be useful background. There is also a (relatively) formal specification; this aims to be rigorous and concise; it is not light reading.

The following supporting resources are also available...


Type: XML  #Views: 214  Category: Tutorial    


In our XML tutorial you will learn what XML is and the difference between XML and HTML. You will also learn how to start using XML in your applications.


Type: XML  #Views: 115  Category: Tutorial    

XML in Netscape and in Explorer

XML in this Web

XML in Netscape Navigator 5

XML in Internet Explorer 5


Type: XML  #Views: 240  Category: Tutorial    

XML Validation

"Well Formed" XML documents

"Valid" XML documents

More about XML DTD


Type: XML  #Views: 145  Category: Tutorial    

XML Attributes

XML attributes are normally used to describe XML elements, or to provide additional information about elements. From HTML you can remember this construct: <IMG SRC="computer.gif">. In this HTML example SRC is an attribute to the IMG element. The SRC attribute provides additional information about the element.


Type: XML  #Views: 260  Category: Tutorial    

How can XML be used?

XML can keep data separated from your HTML,

XML can also store data inside HTML documents, XML can be used to exchange data


Type: XML  #Views: 155  Category: Tutorial    

What are Topic Maps?
An introduction to XML Topic Maps, an XML standard that can be used to index and capture relationships between concepts, improving the findability of information.

Type: XML  #Views: 203  Category: Tutorial    

What is RDF?
An introduction to the W3C's Resource Description Format, a standard for exchanging metadata, and a key technology for the W3C's Semantic Web .

Type: XML  #Views: 165  Category: Tutorial    

Annotated XML
If you want to understand XML, you have to read the specification. However, to really get inside the specification and understand why it says what it does, you need an expert guide. Tim Bray, co-editor of the XML 1.0 specification, shares his knowledge...

Type: XML  #Views: 203  Category: Tutorial    

datec.com
Site shows how to get an XML document to Adobe PDL (via LaTex)

Type: XML  #Views: 250  Category: Tutorial    

wdvl.internet.com
Using simple, well-explained examples this tutorial walks you through XML and the sister XSL style sheet language

Type: XML  #Views: 207  Category: Tutorial    

Stilo: OminiMark7
OmniMark has an unrivalled heritage as the technology of choice for corporations building XML processing applications. Designed from the ground up as a single, integrated environment, applications can be developed in OmniMark significantly faster than in any other technology. OmniMark can handle enormous content volumes of diverse types from multiple streams and perform complex content processing tasks with immense speed. For over a decade, many of the world's leading organizations in industries such as publishing, government, telecommunications, aerospace and automotive have profited from using OmniMark to power their content engineering processes.

Type: XML  #Views: 405  Category: Tutorial    

Zeus
Quite a large collection on xml and non-xml relates technical resources. A very exhaustive list can be found here.

Type: XML  #Views: 236  Category: Tutorial    

The Tutorial Engine
TutorialEngine.com is growing database of online tutorials that help users improve their technology skills in the most important aspects of web development. Users of tutorialengine.com can search the categorized database in a variety of ways including keyword, popularity, difficulty, and user ratings. Once a user finds a tutorial of interest, they click the link and are taken to that tutorial in their web browser.

Type: XML  #Views: 329  Category: Tutorial    

The XML School
This site is a well organized and easy to understand xml tutorial with lots of working examples and source code. A big Thumbs up on this one.

Type: XML  #Views: 257  Category: Tutorial    

Understanding DOM
Even before there was XML, there was the Document Object Model (DOM). The DOM allows a developer to refer to, retrieve, and change items within an XML structure, and is essential to working with XML. In this tutorial, you will learn about the structure of a DOM document. You will also learn how to use Java to create a document from an XML file, make changes to it, and retrieve the output.

Type: XML  #Views: 322  Category: Tutorial    

Understanding SAX
This tutorial examines the use of the Simple API for XML version 2.0, or SAX 2.0. 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 retrieve, manipulate, and output XML data.

Type: XML  #Views: 293  Category: Tutorial    

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