XML Application Development with MSXML 4.0 / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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This book is arranged in three parts. The first is a reference to the support for XML standards and proprietary extensions within MSXML. The next section shows how to achieve typical application functionality, using the supported technologies in a practical context. The last section contains several case studies that demonstrate bringing together the individual tasks into complete applications.
What this book covers?
DOM and SAX2 support in MSXML
XPath and XSLT (W3C specifications and earlier implementations) for transformations on the server and client
Schemas (XSD and XDR) for validation on the server and client
Styling XML with CSS, VML, and behaviors in IE
Implementing linking and pointing for web applications
Transmitting, handling, and manipulating data on the server and client
Optimizing system architecture for improved performance
Performance, scalability, and security techniques
Case studies showing MSXML in real world applications
This book is for developers who are already familiar with XML. It will teach you how to make the most of MSXML's comprehensive feature-set to create powerful applications. If you are responsible for developing professional XML-based solutions on a Windows platform, this book is for you.
Author Biography: Danny Ayers is an independent consultant and author on Internet technologies, specializing in server-side information engineering.
Michael Corning is a Memetic Engineer at Microsoft, busy building a software test infrastructure for the Server Manager Team based on XML Web Services. He writes for Wrox Press (coauthored "Professional XSL") and also writes a monthly column in XML Developer Magazine called, "Confessions of an XSLT Bigot". Corning speaks at conferences around the world.
Steven Livingstone is an author and consultant in XML and .NET technologies, and is currently working on a meta data portal.
Stephen Mohr is a senior software architect with Omicron Consulting and XMLabs in Philadelphia, USA. He has over twelve years' experience developing software for various platforms. He is currently focusing on XML and related technologies as they apply to applications and computing systems.
Darshan Singh is a Senior Developer at InstallShield Software Corp.
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Table of ContentsChapter 1: Introduction to MSXML
Chapter 2: Document Object Model in MSXML
Chapter 3: Schemas in MSXML
Chapter 4: XPath in MSXML
Chapter 5: XSLT in MSXML
Chapter 6: Simple API for XML (SAX) in MSXML
Chapter 7: Styling XML Content
Chapter 8: Linking and Querying
Chapter 9: Sending and Retrieving XML Data
Chapter 10: Transformations on the Server
Chapter 11: Schemas on the Server
Chapter 12: Working with Data on the Client
Chapter 13: Performance, Scalability, and Security
Chapter 14: Case Study: Information Portal
Chapter 15: Case Study: Attendance Tracking System
Chapter 16: Case Study: XML Messaging System (Helpdesk)