Practical XML for the Web

Practical XML for the Web

by AULD, Ingo Surguy, Paul Spencer, Oli Gauti Gudmundsson
     
 

XML, the extensible markup language, is now a maturing technology with many selling points, as have been explained in books and on the Web for the past few years. This book takes you past the hype to show you how to use XML in your web development, from client-side use with CSS, XSLT, and scripting in the latest browsers, to basic server-side techniques in various… See more details below

Overview

XML, the extensible markup language, is now a maturing technology with many selling points, as have been explained in books and on the Web for the past few years. This book takes you past the hype to show you how to use XML in your web development, from client-side use with CSS, XSLT, and scripting in the latest browsers, to basic server-side techniques in various environments, such as ASP and JSP. Its focus is on the practical, all theory being backed up by techniques that are actually used on the Web today.

This book is for all readers who know some basic HTML - it takes you through the basic theory of XML assuming no prior knowledge. However, since the focus of the book is "practical", the theory is soon out of the way leaving the way open for those web professionals who have previously explored the theory of XML to learn how it can be of use to them in their work.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781904151081
Publisher:
glasshaus
Publication date:
10/24/2002
Pages:
400
Product dimensions:
7.25(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.00(d)

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