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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....
SoftXML - Target your market audience
SoftXML as it sounds was born when XML was firstly introduced on web. We have been participating in XML development since its creation. It has been amazing to see how quickly the XML standard has been developed, and how quickly a large number of software vendors have adopted the standard. SoftXML strongly believes that XML will be as important to the future of the Web as HTML has been to the foundation of the Web. XML is the future for all data transmission and data manipulation over the Web.... 2) Broadcast Builder
Broadcast Builder as the name implies is a powerful news channel builder. Through this software you can create and manage article contents in XML format with multilingual interface. This effective XML software can generate RSS 2.0 compliant codes and also enables you to import RSS files both from the remote as well the local sources. The powerful WYSIWYG editor assists webmasters in providing instant news feed for their channels with preview options and the important features include support... 3) XincaML
The XincaML language can describe the presence or value dependencies amongst nodes located on different branches of an XML tree. It can specify constraints that can`t be expressed by the XML schema language and therefore supplement the existing XML schema language to insure the integrity of data. XincaML is a declarative language and its syntax is based on XML format.... 4) FeedForAll
Easily create, edit and publish rss feeds and podcasts. New RSS feeds and podcasts can be quickly and easily created with FeedForAll. Advanced features enable you to create iTunes compatible podcasts. Existing RSS feeds can be repaired and enhanced with FeedForAll. RSS feeds generated by other means can be automatically repaired, so that they conform to the RSS 2.0 specification. Built-in RSS feed validator validates RSS feeds.... 5) XML by Example (By Example)
XML by Example teaches Web developers to make the most of XML with short, self-contained examples every step of the way. The book presumes knowledge of HTML, the Web, Web scripting, and covers such topics as: Document Type Definitions, Namespaces, Parser Debugging, XSL (Extensible Stylesheet Language), and DOM and SAX APIs. At the end, developers will review the concepts taught in the book by building a full, real-world e-commerce application.... 6) Definitive XML Schema
XML Schema is the most powerful and comprehensive language for schema development - and Definitive XML Schema is the authoritative guide to using it. Written by Priscilla Walmsley, a member of the W3C XML Schema Working Group, it explains the spec in detail: schema composition, namespaces, elements, attributes, types, and a host of advanced features. Includes expert schema design techniques, plus specific guidance for migrating from DTDs.... 7) Herong`s Tutorial Notes On XML Technologies
This book is a collection of notes I wrote while I was learning eXtensible Markup Language (XML) and other related technologies: CSS: Cascading Style Sheet DOM: Document Object Model DTD: Document Type Definition SAX: Simple API for XML XHTML: eXtensible HTML XML: eXtensible Markup Language XQL: XML Query language XSD: XML Schema Definition XSL: eXtensible Style Language XSLT: XSL Transformation... 8) Ecrion XF Rendering Server 2008
XF Rendering Server 2008 is a highly scalable, enterprise class rendering product. It can be used to automate the creation of electronic documents like technical manuals, brochures, catalogs and marketing materials, invoices, statements, business reports containing charts and graphs, by dynamically generating them from XML. By choosing XF Rendering Server 2008 when designing your reports, charts or graphics, you are not tied to some custom format and you will be able to switch to another re... 9) Processing XML documents with Oracle JDeveloper 11g
Through this book, developers will learn how to work quickly and efficiently with the Oracle XML Developer Kit (XDK 11g). This kit offers a set of components, tools, and utilities for developing XML-based applications. This book shows how to create,format, compare and store XML documents. Developers will be taught how to construct an XML schema and use the schema to validate an XML document. They will be able to convert XML to Excel and PDF formats, store XML in Oracle Berkeley DB XML, and cr...