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This manuscript is an abridged version of a chapter from the Wrox Press book
This chapter concentrates on well-formed XML and takes a look at attributes, comments, empty elements, processing instructions and parsing XML.
Beginning XML is for people who know that it would be a pretty good idea to learn the language, but aren't 100% sure why. Beginning XML covers everything from what XML is and why the industry felt that a language like this was needed, to creating 'well-formed' and valid XML documents and learning how to use them in real development environments.
- Chapter 1: What is XML?
- Chapter 2: Well-Formed XML
- Chapter 3: XML in the Browser: Cascading Style Sheets
- Chapter 4: XSLT and XPath
- Chapter 5: XSLT - The Gory Details
- Chapter 6: The Document Object Model (DOM)
- Chapter 7: The Simple API for XML (SAX)
- Chapter 8: Namespaces
- Chapter 9: Basic Valid XML: DTDs
- Chapter 10: Valid XML: Schemas
- Chapter 11: Advanced Valid XML
- Chapter 12: Linking XML
- Chapter 13: XML and Databases
- Chapter 14: Other Uses for XML
- Case Study 1: Lydia's Lugnuts Web Store
- Case Study 2: Discussion Group System
- Case Study 3: XML for a Business-to-Business Application
- Appendix A: The XML Document Object Model
- Appendix B: SAX 1.0: The Simple API for XML
- Appendix C: ASP Quick Start Tutorial
- Appendix E: Support, Errata, and P2P.Wrox.Com
- Appendix F: Useful Web Resources
- Appendix G: XML Schema Datatypes
Â©1999 Wrox Press Ltd. Reproduced with permission.
Produced by Michael Claßen
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Created: Jan. 05, 2001
Revised: Jan. 05, 2001