Internet
Web Development: XML - An Introduction


Outcomes

This session introduces the XML programming language for the internet. Through this course, participants will become familiar with XML constructs, using XML for data exchange, presenting and formatting XML data in a web-browser.

Prerequisites

Experience in using the Internet and specifically the World Wide Web is essential,
Basic Windows and typing skills are required for this session,
Prior programming language experience is recommended, but not essential.


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Session Length

1 Day, 9:00am to 4:30pm

Location

This session is conducted either on site, or at our training rooms.

Topics Covered in this session




The Past, Present, and Future of XML
The Limitation of SGML
XML:The Best of All Worlds

Creating Well-formed XML Documents

XML Document Markup
Creating XML: Elements, Attributes, and Entities
Creating an XML Markup Language: Processing Instructions, Character Data, and Comments
XMLand HTML

Valid XML With DTDs

Introduction to the Document Type Definition (DTD)
Creating a DTD

Valid XML With Schema

Schema Specification
Defining Elements
Defining Attributes
XML Schema Data Types
XML DOM and SAX
XML APIs
SAX

Displaying XML Documents Using CSS

Style Sheets
Cascading Style Sheets

Transforming XML With XSLT

XSLT
Using XSLT To Order Your Output

XML Namespaces

Introduction to Namespaces
Linking Using HTML Namespaces

XLink and XPointer

XLink and XPointer

Components of an XML Document






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