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Learn about the powerful new solutions you can build in Word 2003. See how you can liberate the content of a document from the confines of a binary file format and make it available for automated processing, whether it is document assembly, reporting, or extracting specific pieces of business data from the doc - all possible outside the doc. See how to enliven the user's interactions with the data on your backend in ways never before achievable. The seamless interaction of smart documents an
DHTML, CSS, SMIL, XML... Confused by the acronym soup of the Web? Here's a guide to what it all means and what it means for the future of HTML?
The begginer´s guide to XML. Understanding XML strutcture, SOAP and even more.
This two-pages quick reference guide provides useful information for XML developers.
Extensible Mark-up Language (XML) has just about made its impression everywhere: B2B, B2C, as a replacement for .INI files, to aid with data abstraction and transportation, etc. In this article Mitchell shows us how to use the DOMXML library to parse and extract data from both local and remote XML files with PHP.
The XSL ISAPI filter is an extension to Microsoft's Internet Information Services that simplifies the deployment of server-side XSL stylesheets. In this article Jean shows us how to download, configure and use the XSL ISAPI filter to generate output for different devices automatically from IIS, including web browsers and WAP compatible phones.
XMLHTTP is a set of API's that allows us to send and retrieve data to and from a remote web server using its underlying HTTP protocols and methods. In this article, Mitchell provides us with a basic introduction to the XMLHTTP library, with some examples to get you started.
All the hype that once surrounded XML is finally starting to die down, and developers are really beginning to harness the power and flexibility of the language. In this article, Mitchell will show us how SQL Server 2000 incorporates XML support using the "FOR XML EXPLICIT" method to retrieve data from a table as a customised XML document.
What's to know about nodes? Our XML-in-JavaScript discussion continues with a look at the types of nodes supported by the DOMDocument object, and how to create them dynamically. (WebReference.com)
This tutorial by Anthony Hart, examines how to convert object instances to XML files in .NET, a process known as object serialization. Anthony also examines how to deserialize XML files back into object instances! A very interesting read and well worth checking out. (4guysfromrolla.com)
This is a detailed discussion of the process of refactoring as several solutions were developed for a memory management problem in C++, specifically handling memory allocated by a library that must be disposed of by the caller.
With the arrival of an event handling standard, XML documents are no longer limited to being lifeless, static information containers. Learn how to add - and control - interactivity in your XML with this event handling introduction. By Michael Classen.(WebReference.com)
With their latest XML Parser release, Microsoft seems to be saying: "Out with the old, and in with the new." How will this lack of backwards-compatibility affect your own XML efforts? Michael Classen investigates. (Webreference)
Learn to create a cross platform XUL-based application for mozilla.
Building an XSLT stylesheet requires familiarity with XSLT elements. In this second of our series of excerpts from the New Riders publication "Inside XSLT," we examine the more common elements needed in stylesheets, along with their allowed attributes and data types. (WebReference)
Your programmers and designers needn't be enemies just because your site uses dynamic data. One way to keep both camps happy is to use an XML based data structure delivered via Java Server Pages. Michael Classen shows you how. (Webreference)
Describing XML documents using XML Schemas offers a number of advantages over DTDs. In today's Tools Treasure Hunt, XML explorer Michael Classen introduces you to a utility that will help you convert your existing DTDs to XML Schemas. (Webreference)
XDR is anacronym for XML-Data Reduced and is a language used to create schemas. Normally a Data Type Definition (DTD) is used to describe the structure of the data in an XML document. This is generally fine, except that in the DTD and XML document all data is character data.
An overview of XML, and how it all fits together.
This is a 60 page walk through using XML and JSP together. We step you through completely to get you started in XML. From DOM to JDOM, XSL transformations and implications of using XML and JSP together, A complete starting guide for JSP and XML.
This document shows practical use of XML and XSL along with explaining how to setup a DTD for XML documents. It gives several examples.
This article is a reference to XML and it's surrounding standards. It's kept up-to-date so bookmark this page and come back whenever you need to refer to any standard!
Every exchange that comes into play in a B2B architecture forms part of a business process that can be highly automated using workflow technology. This article, aims to provide a simple definition of the workflow technology and to look at the role of workflow within e-business architectures.
XML is best suited to pass data across machines running different platform/operating system, because everybody understands plain text. But what if, part of your document is not text; it is binary, for instance, an image? Does XML answer this question? The answer is yes, and in this article I'll show you how to pass binary data as part of an XML document.
In this tutorial you learn how to use MSXML 1.0 so that your application can work with Internet Explorer 4.0. You'll write a sample C++ program to load and parse an XML document and do the same thing using a JScript program also.
XML is becoming more and more popular, so are it's surrounding technologies like XSLT, SOAP, etc. In this article, we'll take a practical approach, write an example for each and learn how Microsoft MSXML 3.0 supports these standards.
.NET Framework XML classes really simplify XML programming, without sacrificing performance. In this series of articles, we'll look at each and every class and write small examples for each. This first article illustrates how you can use System.Xml Namespace classes to write and read XML documents using C#.
If you are absolutely new to the XML world, here is a short tutorial that is written to explain what XML is and how it helps solve real-life computing problems.
XSL makes it easy to edit, rearrange, and beautify your XML data. (Webmonkey)
This tutorial describes how to use ASP and XSL to present uniform XML data in two different ways. (4Guys)
Learn XSLT by browsing through this collection of Stupid XSLT Tricks. A Stupid XSLT Trick is an unusual or amusing use of XSLT to do something for which it may never have been intended.
This article is a great XML article for beginning XML developers. It discusses the advantages and disadvantages of XML and provides some ASP code examples to illustrate how to create and save XML documents. (4Guys)
The VBXML.COM XSLT tutorial introduces you to the basics of XSLT concepts, syntax, and programming. Downloaded worksheets and software give you hands-on experience with XSLT code examples and programming tools.
This is a complete reference to a subset of XML, called XSLT. If you are keen to learn XML, you will need to know how to program in XSLT as well.
XML may be all the buzz, but a lot of the heavy lifting is actually done with XSL. Extensible Style Sheet Language Transformation sounds like a mouthful, but XSLT is your key to converting XML documents into display languages like HTML. (exploring XML)
To help reduce the amount of data that needs to be entered into the URL we can use <B>XMLtemplates</B>. XML templates are simply XML files that contain the query string or stored procedure to be executed.
In Part I of this quickstart VoiceXML tutorial, you'll learn how to sign up as a Tellme.com developer and write your first interactive voice application. (Mother of Perl)
This is a complete reference to a subset of XML, called XPath. If you are keen to learn XML, you will need to know XPath.
Need a small XML parser to embed in your Java applet? Have a look at Xparse-J, the smallest Java parser on the planet. (exploring XML)
Java and XML make a great combination for implementing distributed e-business applications and guess what, they're both free! (exploring XML)
Simplify working with XML files with this Java-oriented API tutorial. (exploring XML)
As the Web grows it's becoming harder to find what you want. Meta data can help, but we need a semantic commons to best grok the Web. That's why controlled vocabularies like the Dublin Core are so important. (exploring XML)
XMLC creates dynamic content from static HTML and XML documents using Java. XMLC: a better way to dynamically create HTML. (exploring XML)
XML poses many challenges to its adopters. It already starts with one of the most fundamental questions: How do I edit XML documents safely and comfortably? This tutorial has some possible answers for you. (exploring XML)
This article discusses multiple ways to access XML data from an ASP page. This article provides some great examples and describes the techniques for developers relatively new to XML. (4Guys)
Now that the XML Schema spec is one step away from becoming a W3C Recommendation, it's a good time to take a closer look at this improved way to declare document type definitions. (exploring XML)
Context menus are commands that are displayed when the user right-clicks on your web-page. Learn how to override the default menus in Internet Explorer 5.0 or later using XML Data Islands and DHTML.
This tutorial delves into transforming RSS with XSL style sheets, using IE5. (Webreference)
Why use XML? Why indeed. We've focused mainly on transformations, but XML's flexibity allows a myriad of other applications like databases, metadata, and inter-application data exchange. (exploring XML)
Want to automatically deliver your content to palms, cells, and who knows what else? XML-enable your Web server with this free software, for easy XML conversion. (exploring XML)
If you've been waiting for a W3C-sanctioned spec for multimedia apps, SMIL just might be your ticket. It's just a draft, but Shvatz likes it already. (Webmonkey)
This tutorial demonstrates how to grab the Slashdot headlines in both XML and WML format and convert these to HTML. A must read if you ever need to do this. (4Guys)
IE5 supports a more powerful "cookie" for storing data on the user's machine using XML. In this article, we demonstrate how to use the IE5 user data behavior to store and retrieve a site favorite list on the client's machine. (SiteExperts)
Look at the leading browsers and evaluate their capabilities in regard to XML. Let the client do most of the rendering work. (exploring XML)
Render a collection of Web links in both plain HTML and as a DHTML Hierarchical Menu. See how it all works. (exploring XML)
Many organizations and individuals already use XML to their advantage. Do you, too? Find out more about the foundation XML standards. (exploring XML)
Take a closer look at the relation between XML and HTML and why XML represents the next level of Web publishing. (exploring XML)
Many XML formats deal with describing, containing and transporting news over the Internet. Make your site more attractive by tapping the wealth of free online news. (exploring XML)
Transferring information between different systems doesn't have to be a nightmare. WDDX is making Wade's wildest dreams come true. (Webmonkey)
XML will bring us a Web of incredible value, as long as we start planning to evolve now. (Webmonkey)
Just what exactly do ATTLIST and ENTITY mean? Jay explains these useful components of XML and feels better about himself in the process. (Webmonkey)
Join Jay as he explains the basics of this new markup language and why it's so sexy. Delicious recipes also included, no extra charge! (Webmonkey)
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