Using XML

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Que, 2002 - Computers - 842 pages

Special Edition Using XML, Second Edition gives developers a formal introduction to XML technology, starting with in-depth coverage of basic syntax and fundamental "pieces" of XML, including DTDs, Schemas, and Namespaces. The authors then cover various applications of XML, including transforming and displaying XML documents using CSS and XSL, locating data within XML documents using Xpath, Xlink and Xpointer, programming XML with SAX or DOM, including XML in Java or .NET applications, XML Scripting with Perl, XHTML and WML for presentation on traditional and hand-held Web browsers, and querying data or documents with Xquery. The final chapters cover technologies related to XML such as SVG, SMIL, and RDF, focusing on the practical features developers can put to use today.

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Contents

The Basics of XML
28
Attributes
32
Roadmap
38
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

David Gulbransen is the CEO of Vervet Logic, an XML tools development company. More than 5,000 businesses have licensed XML Pro, their XML editor, including The European Union, the Library of Congress, IBM, Prudential, Intel, Cisco Systems, New York Life, Harvard University, and Purdue University. More than 30,000 developers receive Vervet's newsletters. David has been involved with XML since before there was a standard, shipping the final version of XML Pro as XML 1.0 was made final. Today Vervet's strategic partnerships include IBM, Sun, BlueStone, Siber Logic, and OpenText. His most recent book was Special Edition Using XML Schema.

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