Programming the Web using XML

Pearlman, Ellen.

Programming the Web using XML - Boston : McGraw-Hill Technology Education, c2004. - xx, 390 p. : illustrations ;

Included Index.

Comparing HTML, XHTML, and XML --
Understanding How XML Works: The Fundamentals --
Creating Document Type Definitions (DTDs) --
Schemas --
Using XML Parsers and Unicode --
Applying Cascading Style Sheets --
Applying eXtensible Style Sheets (XSL) --
Linking XML Documents --
Scripting with the DOM --
Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) --
Integrating Databases with XML.

Compares HTML, XHTML, and XML, and includes examples of how XML is being used to help readers appreciate the power of XML. This text also provides a coverage of the rules and standards for XML, which is very critical in programming XML. It is designed to help those who have a background in HTML make the transition to XML.

0072845503 (alk. paper) 9780072845501 0071215042 (international : alk. paper) 9780071215046

XML (Document markup language)
Internet programming.
World Wide Web.

006.7 / PEA

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