Professional XML for .NET Developers / Edition 1

Professional XML for .NET Developers / Edition 1

by DALVI, Andy Olsen, John Slater
     
 

ISBN-10: 1861005318

ISBN-13: 9781861005311

Pub. Date: 12/01/2001

Publisher: Apress

XML is now an established technology for the description and transportation of data, and has made a major impact on almost every aspect of software development. When Microsoft introduced the .NET Framework, they took advantage of XML wherever they could. No other technology is so tightly bound with .NET as XML, both at the developer level and underlying the whole…  See more details below

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XML is now an established technology for the description and transportation of data, and has made a major impact on almost every aspect of software development. When Microsoft introduced the .NET Framework, they took advantage of XML wherever they could. No other technology is so tightly bound with .NET as XML, both at the developer level and underlying the whole framework.

This book aims to give the reader enough information to be able to use XML from within the .NET Framework in the most efficient manner possible. It will explain in detail the usage of all the XML-related .NET Framework library classes for the manipulation, validation, transformation, and serialization of XML data, using both C# and Visual Basic .NET. It also looks at how the developer can utilize the full power of XML within the .NET Framework, for example, with the new XML capabilities of ADO.NET and ASP.NET. As is demonstrated, the .NET Framework itself uses XML, in configuration files, meta data, and C#'s XML code documentation mechanism, for example.

This book is aimed at intermediate-level programmers who have started on their journey towards .NET development, and who want to see how to use XML within their applications to its best advantage. Basic knowledge of C# or Visual Basic .NET, XML, and XML related technologies (XSLT, XPath, and XML Schemas) is necessary.

This book covers:

  • Reading and writing XML
  • DOM navigation and XSL transformations of XML
  • Validating and serializing XML
  • MSXML vs System.Xml
  • ADO.NET and ASP.NET XML support
  • Web Services and SOAP
  • Remoting
  • XML code documentation

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  • Product Details

    ISBN-13:
    9781861005311
    Publisher:
    Apress
    Publication date:
    12/01/2001
    Series:
    Professional Ser.
    Edition description:
    2001
    Pages:
    752
    Product dimensions:
    (w) x (h) x 0.07(d)

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1: .NET Framework Overview
    Chapter 2: XML in the .NET Framework
    Chapter 3: Reading and Writing XML
    Chapter 4: DOM Navigation of XML
    Chapter 5: XSL Transformations of XML
    Chapter 6: Validating XML
    Chapter 7: Serializing XML
    Chapter 8: MSXML
    Chapter 9: Extending XmlReader and XmlWriter
    Chapter 10: ADO.NET
    Chapter 11: ASP.NET
    Chapter 12: Case Study: Using ASP.NET and ADO.NET
    Chapter 13: Web Services and SOAP
    Chapter 14: Case Study: Using Web Services
    Chapter 15: Remoting
    Chapter 16: C# Code Documentation

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