Learning XML

Creating Self-Describing Data

Author: Erik T. Ray

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN: 9781449378875

Category: Computers

Page: 418

View: 9790

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.

Learning XML

Author: Erik T. Ray

Publisher: Oreilly & Associates Incorporated

ISBN: 0596000464

Category: Computers

Page: 354

View: 7298

Showcases XML's enhanced styling and linking standards while exploring syntax, structures, and stylesheets.

XML For Dummies

Author: Lucinda Dykes,Ed Tittel

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118085531

Category: Computers

Page: 384

View: 8065

See how XML works for business needs and RSS feeds Create consistency on the Web, or tag your data for different purposes Tag -- XML is it! XML tags let you share your format as well as your data, and this handy guide will show you how. You'll soon be using this markup language to create everything from Web sites to business forms, discovering schemas and DOCTYPES, wandering the Xpath, teaming up XML with Office 2003, and more. Discover how to * Make information portable * Use XML with Word 2003 * Store different types of data * Convert HTML documents to XHTML * Add CSS to XML * Understand and use DTDs

Learning XSLT

Author: Michael Fitzgerald

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN: 9780596003272

Category: Computers

Page: 352

View: 6079

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.

Learn XML in a Weekend

Author: Erik Westermann

Publisher: Course Technology

ISBN: 9781592000104

Category: Computers

Page: 405

View: 6882

Explains how to create, edit, and transform the document markup language on Microsoft platforms and discusses how to use XML for real-world applications including Web site design.

Learning Flex 4

Getting Up to Speed with Rich Internet Application Design and Development

Author: Alaric Cole,Elijah Robison

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN: 1449396674

Category: Computers

Page: 480

View: 4733

Learn Adobe Flex 4 in a fun and engaging way with this book's unique, hands-on approach. Using clear examples and step-by-step coaching from two experts, you'll create four applications that demonstrate fundamental Flex programming concepts. Throughout the course of this book, you’ll learn how to enhance user interaction with ActionScript, and create and skin a user interface with Flex’s UI components (MXML) and Adobe's new FXG graphics format. You'll also be trained to manage dynamic data, connect to a database using server-side script, and deploy applications to both the Web and the desktop. Learning Flex 4 offers tips and tricks the authors have collected from years of real-world experience, and straightforward explanations of object-oriented programming concepts to help you understand how Flex 4 works. Work with Flash Builder 4 and the Eclipse IDE Learn the basics of ActionScript, MXML, and FXG Design a Flex application layout Build an engaging user interface Add interactivity with ActionScript Handle user input with rich forms Link Flex to a server with PHP and MySQL Gather and display data Style applications and add effects, filters, and transitions Deploy applications to the Web, or to the desktop using Adobe AIR

A Designer's Guide to Adobe InDesign and XML

Harness the Power of XML to Automate your Print and Web Workflows

Author: James J. Maivald,Cathy Palmer

Publisher: Adobe Press

ISBN: 9780132701402

Category: Computers

Page: 336

View: 5909

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.

Just XML

Author: John E. Simpson

Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional

ISBN: 013018554X

Category: Computers

Page: 417

View: 612

Discover how much you can do with just XML--fast! Building a sophisticated web site doesn't require a Ph.D. in computer science, just the right tools for the job--and no tool offers you more power than XML. Best of all, it's a lot easier to get results with XML than you think! In "Just XML, Second Edition," John E. Simpson shares the simple secrets behind XML, showing how to add meaning and functionality to your web site--without complicated code, compilers, or development kits. Simpson walks you step-by-step through all the basics of creating and maintaining your own customizable XML applications, including: XML basics: all you need to get started-fast! Smarter XML document hyperlinking with XLink and XPointer CSS and XSLT: displaying and restructuring XML documents for maximum impact Rolling your own: building custom XML solutions for virtually any problem Updated tips on compatibility with the latest browser versions New appendix, "The FlixML Files," including a complete sample DTD, XML documents, and CSS and XSLT stylesheets Today's best XML tools--and what's in store for the future Drawing on everyday examples from daily newspapers to 1950's "B" movies, "Just XML, Second Edition" gets you rolling with XML faster than you ever thought possible! Sure, you'll learn the theory you need along the way, but most important, you'll be using XML from the very beginning. Before you waste time and money learning more complicated approaches to Web development, discover how much you can do with "Just XML"!

Learning Java

A Bestselling Hands-On Java Tutorial

Author: Patrick Niemeyer,Daniel Leuck

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN: 144937249X

Category: Computers

Page: 1010

View: 7054

Java is the preferred language for many of today’s leading-edge technologies—everything from smartphones and game consoles to robots, massive enterprise systems, and supercomputers. If you’re new to Java, the fourth edition of this bestselling guide provides an example-driven introduction to the latest language features and APIs in Java 6 and 7. Advanced Java developers will be able to take a deep dive into areas such as concurrency and JVM enhancements. You’ll learn powerful new ways to manage resources and exceptions in your applications, and quickly get up to speed on Java’s new concurrency utilities, and APIs for web services and XML. You’ll also find an updated tutorial on how to get started with the Eclipse IDE, and a brand-new introduction to database access in Java.

XQuery Kick Start

Author: James McGovern,Per Bothner,Vaidyanathan Nagarajan,Kurt Cagle,James Linn

Publisher: Sams Publishing

ISBN: 9780672324796

Category: Computers

Page: 355

View: 3186

XQuery Kick Startdelivers a concise introduction to the XQuery standard, and useful implementation advice for developers needing to put it into practice. The book starts by explaining the role of XQuery in the XML family of specifications, and its relationship with XPath. The authors then explain the specification in detail, describing the semantics and data model, before moving to examples using XQuery to manipulate XML databases and document storage systems. Later chapters discuss Java implementations of XQuery and development tools that facilitate the development of Web sites with XQuery. This book is up to date with the latest XQuery specifications, and includes coverage of new features for extending the XQuery language.

HTML for the World Wide Web

Author: Elizabeth Castro

Publisher: Peachpit Press

ISBN: 9780321130075

Category: Computers

Page: 480

View: 4581

Demonstrates the basics of HTML while explaining how to design Web sites, format text, add multimedia effects, and create forms, tables, lists, and style sheets.

XML

Learning by Example

Author: Robert B. Mellor

Publisher: Franklin Beedle & Assoc

ISBN: 9781887902809

Category: Computers

Page: 127

View: 5896


Learn PHP 7

Object Oriented Modular Programming using HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, XML, JSON, and MySQL

Author: Steve Prettyman

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 1484217306

Category: Computers

Page: 294

View: 6084

This new book on PHP 7 introduces writing solid, secure, object-oriented code in the new PHP 7: you will create a complete three-tier application using a natural process of building and testing modules within each tier. This practical approach teaches you about app development and introduces PHP features when they are actually needed rather than providing you with abstract theory and contrived examples. In Learn PHP 7, programming examples take advantage of the newest PHP features, including enhanced password encryption using password_hash. This book takes a learn-by-doing approach, providing you with complete coding examples. "Do It" exercises in each chapter provide the opportunity to make adjustments to the example code. The end of chapter programming exercises allow you to develop your own applications using the algorithms demonstrated in the chapter. Each tier is logically and physically separated using object-oriented and dependency injection techniques, thus allowing independent tiers that can be updated with little or no effect on the other tiers. In addition to teaching good programming practices through OOP, there is a strong emphasis on creating secure code. As each chapter is completed, the reader is provide the opportunity to design and create an application reinforcing the concepts learned.

Learning Android

Develop Mobile Apps Using Java and Eclipse

Author: Marko Gargenta,Masumi Nakamura

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN: 1449336264

Category: Computers

Page: 286

View: 7851

Want to build apps for Android devices? This book is the perfect way to master the fundamentals. Written by experts who have taught this mobile platform to hundreds of developers in large organizations and startups alike, this gentle introduction shows experienced object-oriented programmers how to use Android’s basic building blocks to create user interfaces, store data, connect to the network, and more. Throughout the book, you’ll build a Twitter-like application, adding new features with each chapter. You’ll also create your own toolbox of code patterns to help you program any type of Android application with ease. Become familiar with the Android platform and how it fits into the mobile ecosystem Dive into the Android stack, including its application framework and the APK application package Learn Android’s building blocks: Activities, Intents, Services, Content Providers, and Broadcast Receivers Create basic Android user interfaces and organize UI elements in Views and Layouts Build a service that uses a background process to update data in your application

C# and XML Primer

Author: Jonathan Hartwell

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 1484225953

Category: Computers

Page: 86

View: 4611

Learn XML and how to use and integrate it into your C# applications using this compact book. This guide helps you avoid the pitfalls of dealing with XML and C# since handling XML with C# and the .NET Platform can present its own set of challenges. XML is far from a dead technology, so it is important to learn how best to use it in your applications when the need arises. What You Will Learn Gain the essentials of XML for C# development Read XML files with XMLDocuMent and XDocument Write XML with XMLDocument, XDocument, and XMLWriter Modifiy your XML with XML Document and XDocument Who This Book Is For Experienced Windows application programmers/developers using .NET and C# who may be new to using and applying XML.

XML in a Nutshell

Author: Elliotte Rusty Harold,W. Scott Means

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN: 9780596002923

Category: Computers

Page: 613

View: 2234

A reference to the fundamental rules of XML details tags, grammar, placement, element names, attributes, and syntax.

Python and XML

Author: Christopher A. Jones,Fred L. Drake

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN: 9780596001285

Category: Computers

Page: 360

View: 1809

If you are a Python programmer who wants to incorporate XML into your skill set, this is the book for you. Python has attracted a wide variety of developers, who use it either as glue to connect critical programming tasks together, or as a complete cross-platform application development language. Yet, because it is object-oriented and has powerful text manipulation abilities, Python is an ideal language for manipulating XML.Python & XML gives you a solid foundation for using these two languages together. Loaded with practical examples, this new volume highlights common application tasks, so that you can learn by doing. The book starts with the basics then quickly progresses to complex topics, like transforming XML with XSLT, querying XML with XPath, and working with XML dialects and validation. It also explores the more advanced issues: using Python with SOAP and distributed web services, and using Python to create scalable streams between distributed applications (like databases and web servers).The book provides effective practical applications, while referencing many of the tools involved in XML processing and Python, and highlights cross-platform issues along with tasks relevant to enterprise computing. You will find ample coverage of XML flow analysis and details on ways in which you can transport XML through your network.Whether you are using Python as an application language, or as an administrative or middleware scripting language, you are sure to benefit from this book. If you want to use Python to manipulate XML, this is your guide.

Structuring XML Documents

Author: David Megginson

Publisher: Prentice Hall

ISBN: 9780136422990

Category: Computers

Page: 420

View: 3070

The promise and the power of XML is its ability to structure information on a web site. To do this, web developers needs to create DTDs (document type definitions), and this book offers a guide to designing DTDs. It illustrates general issues and principles of DTD design, drawing examples from detailed coverage of five emerging XML DTDs. Megginson covers both a methodology for the analysis phase of document structure and the DTD syntax for the implementation phase.