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XML in a Nutshell

ISBN-10: 0596000588
ISBN-13: 9780596000585
Edition: 2001
List price: $29.95
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Book details

List price: $29.95
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Incorporated
Publication date: 1/11/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 498
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.584
Language: English

Preface
XML Concepts
Introducing XML
What XML Offers
Portable Data
How XML Works
The Evolution of XML
XML Fundamentals
XML Documents and XML Files
Elements, Tags, and Character Data
Attributes
XML Names
Entity References
CDATA Sections
Comments
Processing Instructions
The XML Declaration
Checking Documents for Well-Formedness
Document Type Definitions
Validation
Element Declarations
Attribute Declarations
General Entity Declarations
External Parsed General Entities
External Unparsed Entities and Notations
Parameter Entities
Conditional Inclusion
Two DTD Examples
Locating Standard DTDs
Namespaces
The Need for Namespaces
Namespace Syntax
How Parsers Handle Namespaces
Namespaces and DTDs
Internationalization
The Encoding Declaration
Text Declarations
XML-Defined Character Sets
Unicode
ISO Character Sets
Platform-Dependent Character Sets
Converting Between Character Sets
The Default Character Set for XML Documents
Character References
xml:lang
Narrative-Centric Documents
XML as a Document Format
SGML's Legacy
Narrative Document Structures
TEI
DocBook
Document Permanence
Transformation and Presentation
XML on the Web
XHTML
Direct Display of XML in Browsers
Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML
Prospects for Improved Web Search Methods
XSL Transformations
An Example Input Document
xsl:stylesheet and xsl:transform
Stylesheet Processors
Templates
Calculating the Value of an Element with xsl:value-of
Applying Templates with xsl:apply-templates
The Built-in Template Rules
Modes
Attribute Value Templates
XSLT and Namespaces
Other XSLT Elements
XPath
The Tree Structure of an XML Document
Location Paths
Compound Location Paths
Predicates
Unabbreviated Location Paths
General XPath Expressions
XPath Functions
XLinks
Simple Links
Link Behavior
Link Semantics
Extended Links
Linkbases
DTDs for XLinks
XPointers
XPointers on URLs
XPointers in Links
Bare Names
Child Sequences
Points
Ranges
Cascading Stylesheets (CSS)
The Three Levels of CSS
CSS Syntax
Associating Stylesheets with XML Documents
Selectors
The Display Property
Pixsls, Points, Picas, and Other Units of Length
Font Properties
Text Properties
Colors
XSL Formatting Objects (XSL-FO)
XSL Formatting Objects
The Structure of an XSL-FO Document
Master Pages
XSL-FO Properties
Choosing Between CSS and XSL-FO
Data-Centric Documents
XML as a Data Format
Programming Applications of XML
Describing Data
Support for Programmers
Programming Models
Event- Versus Object-Driven Models
Programming Language Support
Non-Standard Extensions
Transformations
Processing Instructions
Links and References
Notations
What You Get Is Not What You Saw
Document Object Model (DOM)
DOM Core
DOM Strengths and Weaknesses
Parsing a Document with DOM
The Node Interface
Specific Node Types
The DOMImplementation Interface
A Simple DOM Application
SAX
The ContentHandler Interface
SAX Features and Properties
Reference
XML 1.0 Reference
How to Use This Reference
Annotated Sample Documents
Key to XML Syntax
Well-Formedness
Validity
Global Syntax Structures
DTD (Document Type Definition)
Document Body
XML Document Grammar
XPath Reference
The XPath Data Model
Datatype
Location Paths
Predicates
XPath Functions
XSLT Reference
The XSLT Namespace
XSLT Elements
XSLT Functions
DOM Reference
Object Hierarchy
Object Reference
SAX Reference
The org.xml.sax Package
The org.xml.sax.helpers Package
SAX Features and Properties
The org.xml.sax.ext Package
Character Sets
Character Tables
HTML4 Entity Sets
Other Unicode Blocks
Index

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