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Building XML Applications is your guide into this robust and flexible markup language which is revolutionizing the way information is presented, stored, and processed. With XML and Java, you can create the next generation of distributed Internet/Network applications. This book clearly explains XML and also walks you through the creation of real applications.
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Overview

Building XML Applications is your guide into this robust and flexible markup language which is revolutionizing the way information is presented, stored, and processed. With XML and Java, you can create the next generation of distributed Internet/Network applications. This book clearly explains XML and also walks you through the creation of real applications.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071341165
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional
  • Publication date: 5/28/1999
  • Series: Web Development Series
  • Edition description: BK&CD ROM
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 551
  • Product dimensions: 7.32 (w) x 9.09 (h) x 1.52 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction: Building Applications, Not Hype
Pt. 1 Examining XML's Potential 1
1 Solving Problems 3
2 SGML, HTML, XML, and the Web 15
3 XML and Other Distributed Application Technologies 27
Pt. 2 Introduction to XML Syntax 57
4 Creating Simple XML Documents 59
5 Complex Well-Formed Documents: Processing Instruction, CDATA, and General Entities 75
6 Building Valid Documents 89
7 DTD Power Tools 109
8 Styles: Presenting Information 127
9 Namespaces: A Brief Introduction 149
10 XPointers: Referencing Fragments 155
11 XLink: Building Connections 171
Pt. 3 Building XML Applications 187
12 Overview of Java/XML Parsers 189
13 The AElfred XML Parser 203
14 The Microsoft XML Parser 253
15 The Simple API for XML (SAX) 313
Pt. 4 Example XML Applications 367
16 The Weather Reporter Applet 369
17 The CDF Site Map Applet 389
18 PGML Viewer Application 413
19 Building an XLink Applet 431
20 Preferences: Storing and Retrieving 461
21 E-Commerce Product Catalog 479
Pt. 5 Quick Reference Guides 497
22 The AElfred API Quick Reference Guide 499
23 The MS-XML Quick Reference Guide 509
24 The SAX API Quick Reference Guide 523
Index 539
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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 29, 2002

    A good 101 book for someone trying to learn XML

    This book explains the basics of XML. Discussion is mainly focussed on using the SAX parser to read XML data. However there is no discussion on DOM or XSL. The examples are not specifically useful in learning how to build XML applications. The book is also weighed down by a verbose and fragmented writing style which makes it quite an effort to keep reading. To its credit the book does provide in-depth coverage on MS and SAX parsers and a few sample applets. However the book fails in terms of not providing examples of real life J2EE/J2ME applications.

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