|Evjen, Bill / Sharkey, Kent / Thangarathinam, Thiru / Kay, Michael / Vernet, Alessandro / Ferguson, Sam|
1. Auflage April 2007
2007. 856 Seiten, Softcover
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ISBN 978-0-471-77777-9 - John Wiley & Sons
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From document type definitions and XQuery to Web services and form development, this book takes you through all of the XML capabilities that companies want to implement today. It not only covers the basics of XML and the XML specification, but also shows you the XML-based applications that are driving the tech industry forward, such as blogging and alerts.
Professional XML first guides you through the steps for utilizing XML and XML-based presentation technologies. It next delves into the steps you can follow to transform and program your XML documents. You'll then discover best practices for integrating XML with Ajax, the .NET Framework, Java(r), and more. Integrated throughout the chapters, you'll also find proven tips and techniques on how to apply the discussed technology so that you can continue to build the best possible applications.
What you will learn from this book
* All about the XML specification and its related technologies
Ways to define the structure and data types of an XML document
How to build and work with XML documents using a number of different developer tools
Tips for using RELAX-NG, XSLT, XPath, XML-DOM, and more
How to effectively use RSS and Atom to aggregate data
Techniques for integrating advanced Web services into your applications
Who this book is for
This book is for developers who have a general understanding of programming technologies, such as C# or Java, and are looking to add XML to their architecture.
Wrox Professional guides are planned and written by working programmers to meet the real-world needs of programmers, developers, and IT professionals. Focused and relevant, they address the issues technology professionals face every day. They provide examples, practical solutions, and expert education in new technologies, all designed to help programmers do a better job.
Aus dem Inhalt
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.