ISBN 9788126512256,Professional Xml

Professional Xml



Wiley India Pvt Ltd

Publication Year 2008

ISBN 9788126512256

ISBN-10 8126512253


Number of Pages 888 Pages
Language (English)

Computer Books

This book, Professional XML, will explore the latest and most utilized XML technologies available to the IT community. In addition to teaching these technologies to the reader, this book will also show them the professional and real-world insights into the discussed technology so that they can continue to build the best possible applications with the knowledge that they have gained. Using XML as a base, many of these technologies have been developed to address common problems within the enterprise. From data type definitions, to search, to Web services, to presentation, and more - this book takes the reader though a study of the advanced XML capabilities that companies want to implement today. This book will take an in-depth look at XML and various XML technologies from beginning to end, including a close study of some of the newest capabilities that this technology brings to the table, such as Ajax. Topics covered include: XML Tools SVG applications - stock charting for example DTDs, schemas, Relax-NG XML and Data - XSLT, XPath, XQuery, SQL Server, MySQL XML Programming - DOM, SAX, XMLHTTP (Ajax) XML and languages/platforms - .NET, Java, PHP XML Services - RSS, SOAP, REST, WSDL Applied XML - XAML, WML, RDF About The Author Bill Evjen is a Technical Director serving in the office of the Chief Scientist for the international news and financial services company Reuters. He is one of the most active proponents of the .NET technologies and community-based learning initiatives for .NET. He has been actively involved with .NET since the first bits were released in 2000 is the founder and president of the International .NET Association ( which represents more than 375,000 members worldwide. Evjen is an acclaimed author and speaker on next-generation Web Services and related technologies. Kent Sharkey is a development consultant, specializing in Microsoft .NET technologies including ASP.NET and VB. Prior to that, he was a content strategist for Microsoft's MSDN developer web sites. Table Of Contents Acknowledgments Introduction Part I: XML Basics Chapter 1. XML Syntax Chapter 2. XML Editors Part II: Presentation Chapter 3. XHTML and CSS Chapter 4. XFL-FO Part III: Defining Structure Chapter 5. Document Type Definitions Chapter 6. XML Schemas Chapter 7. RELAX NG Part IV: XML as Data. Chapter 8. XSLT Chapter 9. XPath Chapter 10. XQuery Chapter 11. XML in the Data Tier Part V: Programming XML Chapter 12. XML Document Object Model (DOM) Chapter 13. Simple API for XML (SAX) Chapter 14. Ajax Chapter 15. XML and .NET Chapter 16. XML and Java Chapter 17. Dynamic Languages and XML Part VI: XML Services Chapter 18. RSS and Atom Chapter 19. Web Services Chapter 20. SOAP and WSDL Chapter 21. Advanced Web Services Chapter 22. REST Part VII: Applying XML Chapter 23. XML Form Development Chapter 24. Resource Description Framework Chapter 25. XML in Office Development Chapter 26. XAML Index

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