Introduction to Applied XML Technologies in Business

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Prentice Hall, Sep 1, 2002 - Computers - 600 pages
For courses in Internet/World Wide Web, JavaIntro to Programming/CS1, Web Programming and Design, HTML, XML, and Internet Survey. An introduction to the markup technology of XML, this text covers its features and abilities as well as explains the strategic importance for developing web-based applications. It: 1) helps students envision how XML can be used to gain a competitive advantage in e-commerce, 2) offers substantial hands-on experience in using and understanding the workings of XML, 3) clarifies confusing terminology that currently pervades the field, and 4) encourages the development of more sophisticated e-commerce applications. The book also shows students the many ways that XML based applications can be deployed, using available technologies and referring to anticipated developments based on work in progress.

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Contents

XML and Data Content
35
Creating a Basic XML Document
42
Documenting More Complex Data
48
Copyright

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