Mastering XML Premium Edition

Mastering XML Premium Edition

by Chuck White, Linda Burman

Multimedia Set(BK&CD-ROM)

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780782128475
Publisher: Sybex, Incorporated
Publication date: 05/01/2001
Series: Mastering Series
Edition description: BK&CD-ROM
Pages: 1200
Product dimensions: 7.26(w) x 9.58(h) x 2.38(d)

About the Author

Chuck White has been working in web development since the mid 1990s. He is the lead author of Mastering XML Premium Edition with the W3C's XML Activity Lead, Liam Quin, and author of Mastering XSLT, both from Sybex. He is also co-author of the HTML, XHTML, and CSS Bible, Third Edition, with Steve Schafer. Chuck currently works at eBay as a web engineer.

Table of Contents

Part I: Getting Started with XML
Chapter 1: The Road to XML: The Evolution of Markup Languages
Chapter 2: Who's Using XML?
Chapter 3: Creating XML Documents
Chapter 4: Understanding and Creating Elements
Chapter 5: Understanding and Creating Attributes
Chapter 6: Understanding and Creating Entities
Part II: Designing Your Data
Chapter 7: XML Design Principles
Chapter 8: Creating Your Own DTD
Chapter 9: An Introduction to XML Schemas
Part III: XML Standards
Chapter 10: Standards, Applications, and Vocabularies
Chapter 11: Understanding Namespaces: Core Standard
Chapter 12: Writing XML Schemas
Chapter 13: Using the XML Linking Language
Chapter 14: XHTML: HTML Goes XML
Chapter 15: Transforming XML: Introducing XSLT
Chapter 16: Displaying XML: Using XSLFO for Document Creation
Chapter 17: Displaying XML: Working with Cascading Style Sheets
Chapter 18: Displaying XML: Working with SVG
Chapter 19: Making XML for Multimedia: SMIL
Chapter 20: Understanding RDF
Chapter 21: Introducing SOAP and XML Protocols
Chapter 22: Additional Standards: XForms, XML Query, XML Signature, and Others
Part IV: Industry Vocabularies
Chapter 23: Introducing the Dublin Core
Chapter 24: Producing Documents Using DocBook
Chapter 25: Additional XML Vocabularies
Chapter 26: Understanding the Microsoft Office XML Syntax
Chapter 27: Microsoft .NET and XML
Chapter 28: Open Source and XML
Part V: The XML Toolbox
Chapter 29: XML Development Tools
Chapter 30: XML-Enabled Browsers
Chapter 31: XML-Enabled Servers and Server Technologies
Part VI: Parsing and Processing XML
Chapter 32: Learning about XML Parsing and Processing
Chapter 33: XML, Java, and SAX
Chapter 34: Introducing the Document Object Model
Chapter 35: Using Object-Oriented Programming with XML
Chapter 36: Extracting XML Data with JavaScript
Part VII: Applications Studies: XML and Databases
Chapter 37: Using XML with Oracle and SQL Server
Chapter 38: Using XML with Other Relational Database Management Systems
Part VIII: Case Studies
Chapter 39: Introduction to Real-World Examples
Chapter 40: Using XML for Business-to-Business Data Integration: A webMethods Case Study
Chapter 41: WDDX: An Allaire Case Study
Chapter 42: Content Management with XML: A Dell Case Study
Appendix A: XML Uses
Appendix B: Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0 (Second Edition)
Appendix C: XML Schema Elements and Data Types

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