This second edition of the bestselling Learning XML provides web developers with a concise but grounded understanding of XML (the Extensible Markup Language) and its potential-- not just a whirlwind tour of XML.The author explains the important and relevant XML technologies and their capabilities clearly and succinctly with plenty of real-life projects and useful examples. He outlines the elements of markup--demystifying concepts such as attributes, entities, and namespaces--and provides enough depth and examples to get started. Learning XML is a reliable source for anyone who needs to know XML, but doesn't want to waste time wading through hundreds of web sites or 800 pages of bloated text.For writers producing XML documents, this book clarifies files and the process of creating them with the appropriate structure and format. Designers will learn what parts of XML are most helpful to their team and will get started on creating Document Type Definitions. For programmers, the book makes syntax and structures clear. Learning XML also discusses the stylesheets needed for viewing documents in the next generation of browsers, databases, and other devices.Learning XML illustrates the core XML concepts and language syntax, in addition to important related tools such as the CSS and XSL styling languages and the XLink and XPointer specifications for creating rich link structures. It includes information about three schema languages for validation: W3C Schema, Schematron, and RELAX-NG, which are gaining widespread support from people who need to validate documents but aren't satisfied with DTDs. Also new in this edition is a chapter on XSL-FO, a powerful formatting language for XML. If you need to wade through the acronym soup of XML and start to really use this powerful tool, Learning XML, will give you the roadmap you need.
Creating Self-Describing Data
Author: Erik T. Ray
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
Author: Erik T. Ray
Publisher: O'Reilly Verlag DE
Category: XML (Document markup language)
A reference to the fundamental rules of XML details tags, grammar, placement, element names, attributes, and syntax.
Author: Elliotte Rusty Harold,W. Scott Means
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
Python attracts a wide variety of developers, many of whom use it to connect critical programming tasks. Python can serve as the glue between operations, as well as a powerful and complete cross-platform application development language. Python is also abject-oriented and has powerful text manipulation capabilities, which make it particularly attractive to XML developers. It is ideally suited as a language for the manipulation of XML. Python and XML provides a solid foundation for developers using XML with Python. Loaded with practical examples, this book highlights common application tasks so that you can learn by doing. It starts with a basic introduction to XML, and quickly progresses to more advanced topics, such as transforming XML with XSLT, querying XML with XPath, and working with XML-based languages and validation. It also explores such subjects as Python and SOAP, Python and distributed web services, and using Python and XML to integrate distributed systems. While covering the many tools involved in XML processing with Python, the book discusses effective practical applications and often highlights cross-platform issues, along with tasks relevant to enterprise computing. There is ample coverage of XML flow analysis and details on ways to successfully transport XML through a network. If you are using Python as an application language or as an administrative or middleware scripting language, you are sure to benefit from this book. And if you are a Python programmer and want to incorporate XML into your skill set, this is the book for you. It covers cutting edge topics such as XSLT, XPath, DOM/SAX, and validation.
Author: Christopher A. Jones,Fred L. Drake,Fred L. Drake, Jr.
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Machine Learning and Data Mining in Pattern Recognition, MLDM 2001, held in Leipzig, Germany in July 2001. The 26 revised full papers presented together with two invited papers were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in the proceedings. The papers are organized in topical sections on case-based reasoning and associative memory; rule induction and grammars; clustering and conceptual clustering; data mining on signals, images, and spatio-temporal data; nonlinear function learning and neural net based learning; learning for handwriting recognition; statistical and evolutionary learning; and content-based image retrieval.
Second International Workshop, MLDM 2001, Leipzig, Germany, July 25-27, 2001. Proceedings
Author: Petra Perner
Learning by Example
Author: Robert B. Mellor
Publisher: Franklin Beedle & Assoc
A guide for those familiar with HTML offers an overview of XML technology, covering syntax, document type definitions, XML stylesheet language, cascading style sheets, XML parsing, and Java servlets.
Author: Benoît Marchal
Publisher: Que Publishing
Access 2007 Programming by Example with VBA, XML, and ASP shows non-programmers how Access databases can be created, managed, and customized with Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) a powerful programming language built into Access. Hundreds of hands-on examples and projects throughout the book show users how to take charge of their Access databases with programming. Learn how to Write and debug your programming code with the Visual Basic Editor; access and manipulate databases with Data Access Objects (DAO) and ActiveX Data Objects (ADO); use the Data Definition Language (DDL) to enforce data integrity and manage database security; modify the behavior of forms, reports, and controls by writing event procedures; publish dynamic Access data to the web using Active Server Pages (ASP) and Extensible Markup Language (XML); and work with the new features for tables, forms, reports, macros, and templates that are available in the Access 2007 user interface."
Author: Julitta Korol
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
Problem - Design - Solution
Author: Mitch Amiano,Conrad D'Cruz,Kay Ethier,Michael D. Thomas
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
XML bedeutet eine neue Generation von Auszeichnungssprachen für das Internet. Doch anders als HTML kümmert sich die Extensible Markup Language in erster Linie nicht um den grafischen Auftritt Ihrer Webseiten. Stattdessen wird Ihnen eine mächtige und doch einfache Sprache für den Austausch von Daten an die Hand gegeben. Mit Hilfe von XML können Sie Datenbanken und anderen Anwendungen den Zugriff auf Ihre Informationen ermöglichen. XML wird so zur Sprache der Schnittstellen des Netzes, eine unverzichtbare Sprache in der Zeit der dynamischen Webseiten, der automatischen Suchroboter und einer großen Vielfalt der Client-Hartware.
Author: Lucinda Dykes,Ed Tittel
Is this book for programmers? Written specifically for graphic designers and production artists already comfortable working with Adobe InDesign, this book teaches you how to automate publishing without learning a lot of scary code. XML simplifies the process of moving content in and out of your layouts and can speed up any print or Web assignment. Why should I care about XML? If you’re managing data-intensive layout projects, and you want to keep that data consistent, accurate, and up-to-date, then incorporating XML can help. You can also use XML to automate processes like importing text and large numbers of graphics into a layout, or repurposing content from one application to another. Do I need additional plug-ins or special software? You need only the powerful features built into InDesign CS2, CS3 or CS4 to use this book. How will I learn XML? This guide includes nine easy-to-follow projects with downloadable support files. With these hands-on tutorials, you will learn XML in context. By the final project, XML will no longer be a mystery, but a powerful tool you can use to support your company or clients. These real-world projects will teach you: l Business cards: Create a structured layout in InDesign and then import XML. Format text automatically and flow the text into multiple examples. l Product catalog: Learn how to import XML data into a structured layout using nested styles and cloned text. l Direct mail and variable data printing: Use XML and InDesign to create sophisticated direct mail pieces without costly plug-ins or third-party software. l Magazine and newspaper: Build and export magazine-style publications for online distribution. l Web: Transform XML into XHTML to incorporate directly into your Web pages, or use Cascading Style Sheets to instantly format your exported XML.
Harness the Power of XML to Automate your Print and Web Workflows
Author: James J. Maivald,Cathy Palmer
Publisher: Adobe Press
XSLT is a powerful language for transforming XML documents into something else. That something else can be an HTML document, another XML document, a Portable Document Format (PDF) file, a Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) file, a Virtual Reality Modeling Language (VRML) file, Java code, or a number of other things. You write an XSLT stylesheet to define the rules for transforming an XML document, and the XSLT processor does the work. As useful as XSLT is, its peculiar characteristics make it a difficult language in which to get started. In fact, newcomers are often a little dazed on first contact. Learning XSLT offers a hands-on introduction to help them get up to speed with XSLT quickly. The book will help web developers and designers understand this powerful but often mystifying template-driven and functional-styled language, getting them over the many differences between XSLT and the more conventional programming languages. Learning XSLT moves smoothly from the simple to complex, illustrating all aspects of XSLT 1.0 through step-by-step examples that you'll practice as you work through the book. Thorough in its coverage of the language, the book makes few assumptions about what you may already know. You'll learn about XSLT's template-based syntax, how XSLT templates work with each other, and gain an understanding of XSLT variables. Learning XSLT also explains how the XML Path Language (XPath) is used by XSLT and provides a glimpse of what the future holds for XSLT 2.0 and XPath 2.0. The ability to transform one XML vocabulary to another is fundamental to exploiting the power of XML. Learning XSLT is a carefully paced, example-rich introduction to XSLT that will have you understanding and using XSLT on your own in no time.
Author: Michael Fitzgerald
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
Author: Christopher Right
If a network is not secure, how valuable is it? Introduction to Computer Networks and Cybersecurity takes an integrated approach to networking and cybersecurity, highlighting the interconnections so that you quickly understand the complex design issues in modern networks. This full-color book uses a wealth of examples and illustrations to effectively connect the principles of networks and networking protocols with the relevant cybersecurity issues. Get the Fundamentals of Internet Architecture and the Protocol Layers Organized into six parts, the book walks you through the fundamentals, starting with the way most people first encounter computer networks—through the Internet architecture. Part 1 covers the most important Internet applications and the methods used to develop them. Part 2 discusses the network edge, consisting of hosts, access networks, LANs, and the physical media used with the physical and link layers. Part 3 explores the network core, including packet/circuit switches, routers, and the Internet backbone, and Part 4 examines reliable transport and the management of network congestion. Learn about Malware and Security Systems Building on the concepts and principles, the book then delves into state-of-the-art cybersecurity mechanisms in Part 5. It reviews the types of malware and the various security systems, made up of firewalls, intrusion detection systems, and other components. Crucially, it provides a seamless view of an information infrastructure in which security capabilities are built in rather than treated as an add-on feature. The book closes with a look at emerging technologies, including virtualization and data center and cloud computing unified communication. Understand Cyber Attacks—and What You Can Do to Defend against Them This comprehensive text supplies a carefully designed introduction to both the fundamentals of networks and the latest advances in Internet security. Addressing cybersecurity from an Internet perspective, it prepares you to better understand the motivation and methods of cyber attacks and what you can do to protect the networks and the applications that run on them. Pedagogical Features The book’s modular design offers exceptional flexibility, whether you want to use it for quick reference, self-study, or a wide variety of one- or two-semester courses in computer networks, cybersecurity, or a hybrid of both. Learning goals in each chapter show you what you can expect to learn, and end-of-chapter problems and questions test your understanding. Throughout, the book uses real-world examples and extensive illustrations and screen captures to explain complicated concepts simply and clearly. Ancillary materials, including PowerPoint® animations, are available to instructors with qualifying course adoption.
Author: Chwan-Hwa (John) Wu,J. David Irwin
Publisher: CRC Press
In den vergangenen Jahren wurden sowohl in Hochschulen als auch im betrieblichen Umfeld zahlreiche E-Learning-Angebote eingefuhrt. In vielen Fallen war hierbei eine qualitative Ver-besserung des Lehrangebots eines der wesentlichen Ziele. Aus diesem Grund und auch im Hinblick auf die hohen Entwicklungskosten sind Aussagen zur Qualitat von E-Learning-Angeboten von besonderer Bedeutung. Bisherige Ansatze hierzu nahern sich dem Thema oft auf klassische Weise, indem etwa entstandene E-Learning-Angebote basierend auf Befragun-gen der Nutzerinnen und Nutzer evaluiert werden. In dieser Arbeit wird ein Ansatz dafur vorgestellt, das Qualitatsmanagement fur E-Learning-Angebote mit Hilfe so genannter Qualitatsinformationssysteme systematisch zu unterstutzen. Derartige Informationssysteme verarbeiten qualitatsrelevante Daten und gene-rieren aus ihnen Informationen uber die Qualitat des jeweils betrachteten Gegenstands. Ei-nes der zentralen Ziele der Arbeit ist es, die in Qualitatsinformationssystemen fur E-Learning-Anwendungen benotigten Daten in standardisierter Form zu erheben. In diesem Zusammenhang wird unter anderem das Sharable Content Object Reference Model" (SCORM) verwendet.
Author: Daniel Sommer
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
Updated to teach the most current XML standards, this book uses real-world case studies and a practical, step-by-step approach to teach XML. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Author: Patrick Carey,Sasha Vodnik
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Discusses topics including parsing and validating XML documents in Perl, working with event streams, XML document trees, the Document Object Model, and turning arbitrary data sources into XML.
Author: Erik Ray,Jason McIntosh
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."