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Why XML Schema beats DTDs hands-down for data
This article explains why XML Schema beats DTDs hands-down for data. It looks at four features of XML Schema that are particularly suited to data representation, and shows some examples of each. Code samples include XSD schemas and schema fragments.... 2) Migrating from HTML to XML
As the Internet world shifts its focus to XML and related technologies, what happens to HTML? Everywhere you go, products are becoming "XMLitized" as vendors rush to gain market share. While this is great for companies that are only now beginning to build their infrastructures, what about the rest of us whose sites have existed for years, accumulating documents architected on old HTML technology? Fortunately, the market for tools in this space is growing, and technologies like Exten... 3) How the IBM Web Services Compares with Microsoft Visual Studio .NET
This article provides a high-level overview of both development environments and tools in the IBM Web Services Development Environment and Toolkit and in Microsoft Visual Studio® .NET.... 4) Web Services Insider, Part I: Reflections on SOAP
A series of articles that examines, in great depth, the fundamental principles of the Web Services Architecture and also pays attention to the core promise of interoperability that that drives this new, quickly evolving, emerging technological paradigm. It begins by taking a quick look at just how far Web services have come, what the current playing field looks like in terms of tool availability, and offering some insight into just how far we have to go in order to make this exciting new se... 5) The Web`s future: XHTML 2.0
Over the years, HTML has only become bigger, never smaller, because new versions had to maintain backward compatibility. That`s about to change. On 5 August 2002, the first working draft of XHTML 2.0 was released and the big news is that backward compatibility has been dropped; the language can finally move on. So, what do you as a developer get in return? How about robust forms and events, a better way to look at frames and even hierarchical menus that don`t require massive amounts of JavaSc... 6) Web services insider, part 1: Reflections on SOAP
What is the current state of the "Web services revolution?" This first installment of the "Web services insider series" will answer this question by reviewing the tools and technologies that have emerged over the past year, highlighting their differences and similarities.... 7) PHP and XML, technical or cultural gap?
PHP and XML, technical or cultural gap? is an article by Eric van der Vlist who in detail argues about the present gap in XML and PHP. Inspite of PHP being one of the first language to support XML, the XML programmers presently not seem to be interested in PHP, the author tries to figure out what maybe the problem.... 8) Is Web Services The Reincarnation of COBRA
Despite these early stages of the evangelism of Web services, users have already begun to ask how this technology differs from CORBA. Isnít it just another form of distributed computing? In this installment of the Web services architect, Dan Gisolfi has offerd a brief overview of the differences between SOAP, DCOM, and CORBA and has suggested a value proposition for Web services within the distributed computing realm.... 9) Is Web services the reincarnation of CORBA?
Even during these early stages of the evangelism of Web services, customers have already begun to ask how this technology differs from CORBA. Isnt it just another form of distributed computing? In this installment of the Web services architect, Dan Gisolfi offers a brief overview of the differences between SOAP, DCOM, and CORBA and suggests a value proposition for Web services within the distributed computing realm....
Serving XML provides a language for building XML pipelines, and an extendible Java framework for defining the elements of the language. The accompanying console app supports reading content as XML files, flat files, SQL queries or SAX events, transforming it with XSLT stylesheets and custom SAX filters, and writing it as XML, HTML, PDF or mail attachments. This software is especially suited for converting flat file or database records to XML, with its support for variant record types, multi... 2) xmlBlueprint
xmlBlueprint makes editing XML faster, easier, and more enjoyable. Features include: Unicode aware text editing; validation of any DTD, XML Schema or XML Document against its DTD or XML Schema; XML layout tidying; real-time XML coloring; context-sensitive XML dropdown tips; identification of XML dialects by their namespace; XML tree explorer; unlimited undo/redo.... 3) XEP XSL Rendering Engine
XEP XSL Rendering Engine is an easy to use XML converter supporting both java and windows platforms. You can create and maintain documents in printable forms like PDF and PostScript through the powerful XSL formatting objects styles. This XML software supports the layout data both as stand alone XSL-FO and as arbitrary XML document coupled with an XSL-FO stylesheet. Users are provided with three different edition types such as trial, client, developer and server editions with consistent ren... 4) XML Syntax - Quick Reference
XML Syntax - Quick Reference as the name indicates is an useful guide for those working on XML programs. You can learn the code and syntax formats for scripting XML codes and programs. The author has explained in details the method of declaring the variables, passing instructions, how to comment on the codes, the available XML entities like indicators, connectors etc.,... 5) Yukon
Yukon is XML/Web Services based software that facilitates data exchange between servers, servers and PCs and/or between applications. The software can be used to distribute data from central database to various web sites, distribute products to affiliates sites, deliver data and content to desktop applications, mass submit data to remote databases as well as to integrate web-based applications with the internal ERP/database.... 6) EditiX (for Windows)
EditiX is an XML editor and XSLT debugger for Windows,Linux and Mac OS X designed to help web authors and web application programmers take advantage of the latest XML and XML-related technologies such as XSLT / FO, DocBook and XSD Schemas.... 7) XML Bible
This book takes you step by step through everything you need to know to put XML to work, from the fundamentals of the XML language to document construction and simple XML-based solutions for specialized markup problems. Numerous examples, specifications, and addresses for relevant Web sites leave no questions unanswered. Topics covered: XML background, example XML applications, type definitions (DTDs), style languages, Xlinks, Xpointers, Namespaces, application planning, and XML 1.0 specifica... 8) Real World XML Web Services
There`s no doubt that the Web was a catalyst for a revolution that changed the lives of software developers and end users alike. Web services provide the foundation for another profound revolution in the way we build and use applications. It is up to developers to take this foundation and make the revolution happen. This free 412-pages ebook will give you the information and insight you need to design and build next generation distributed interoperable applications with Web services.... 9) XMLFox Advance XML and XSD Editor
XMLFox Advance is XML editing and validation tool for creating valid XML documents and/or XSD Schema. XMLFox schema editor enables you to easily develop advanced data models expressed in XSD Schema. It allows you export XML tables or whole XML to the following data files: TXT; convert to CSV (Comma Separated Value) file, convert to HTML page, create MS Access mdb database, and convert to Excel xls. It provides validation XML against XSD schema....