Sams Teach Yourself XML in 21 Days

ISBN-10: 0672325764
ISBN-13: 9780672325762
Edition: 3rd 2004 (Revised)
Authors: Steven Holzner
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Description: Sams Teach Yourself XML in 21 Days, 3E is engineered to be the answer for learning XML. Existing books are frequently criticized for lacking up-to-date examples or depth, but expert author Steve Holzner offers hundreds of real-world examples  More...

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List price: $39.99
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Pearson Education
Publication date: 10/10/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 888
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.00" long x 2.00" tall
Weight: 3.080
Language: English

Sams Teach Yourself XML in 21 Days, 3E is engineered to be the answer for learning XML. Existing books are frequently criticized for lacking up-to-date examples or depth, but expert author Steve Holzner offers hundreds of real-world examples demonstrating the uses of XML and the newest tools developers need to make the most of it. The book starts with basic syntax, moving to formatting with CSS or the Extensible Stylesheet Language and working with XHTML and other tools for presenting XML data on the Web or in multimedia applications. The final sections of the book discuss XForms and applying XML to programming with Java, .NET, or JavaScript and then to building XML into database or Web Services applications with SOAP. Along the way, Steve shows readers the results of every lesson and provides both the "how" and "why" of the inner working of XML technologies.

Introduction
At a Glance
Welcome to XML
All About Markup Languages
All About XML
Looking at XML in a Browser
Working with XML Data Yourself
Structuring Your Data
Creating Well-Formed XML Documents
Creating Valid XML Documents
How XML Is Used in the Real World
Online XML Resources
Creating XML Documents
Choosing an XML Editor
Using XML Browsers
Using XML Validators
Creating XML Documents Piece by Piece
Creating Prologs
Creating an XML Declaration
Creating XML Comments
Creating Processing Instructions
Creating Tags and Elements
Creating CDATA Sections
Handling Entities
Creating Well-Formed XML Documents
What Makes an XML Document Well-Formed?
Creating an Example XML Document
Understanding the Well-Formedness Constraints
Using XML Namespaces
Understanding XML Infosets
Understanding Canonical XML
Creating Valid XML Documents: DTDs
All About DTDs
Validating a Document by Using a DTD
Creating Element Content Models
Commenting a DTD
Supporting External DTDs
Handling Namespaces in DTDs
Handling Attributes and Entities in DTDs
Declaring Attributes in DTDs
Specifying Default Values
Specifying Attribute Types
Handling Entities
Creating Valid XML Documents: XML Schemas
Using XML Schema Tools
Creating XML Schemas
Dissecting an XML Schema
The Built-in XML Schema Elements
Creating Elements and Types
Specifying a Number of Elements
Specifying Element Default Values
Creating Attributes
Creating Types in XML Schemas
Restricting Simple Types by Using XML Schema Facets
Creating XML Schema Choices
Using Anonymous Type Definitions
Declaring Empty Elements
Declaring Mixed-Content Elements
Grouping Elements Together
Grouping Attributes Together
Declaring all Groups
Handling Namespaces in Schemas
Annotating an XML Schema
Part I In Review
Well-Formed Documents
Valid Documents
At a Glance
Formatting XML Documents
Formatting XML by Using Cascading Style Sheets
Our Sample XML Document
Introducing CSS
Connecting CSS Style Sheets and XML Documents
Creating Style Sheet Selectors
Using Inline Styles
Creating Style Rule Specifications in Style Sheets
Formatting XML by Using XSLT
Introducing XSLT
Transforming XML by Using XSLT
Writing XSLT Style Sheets
Using [left angle bracket]xsl:apply - templates[right angle bracket]
Using [left angle bracket]xsl:value - of[right angle bracket] and [left angle bracket]xsl:for - each[right angle bracket]
Matching Nodes by Using the match Attribute
Working with the select Attribute and XPath
Using [left angle bracket]xsl:copy[right angle bracket]
Using [left angle bracket]xsl:if[right angle bracket]
Using [left angle bracket]xsl:choose[right angle bracket]
Specifying the Output Document Type
Working with XSL Formatting Objects
Introducing XSL-FO
Using XSL-FO
Using XSL Formatting Objects and Properties
Building an XSL-FO Document
Handling Inline Formatting
Formatting Lists
Formatting Tables
Part II In Review
Using CSS
Using XSLT
Using XSL-FO
At a Glance
XML at Work
Extending HTML with XHTML
Why XHTML?
Writing XHTML Documents
Validating XHTML Documents
The Basic XHTML Elements
Organizing Text
Formatting Text
Selecting Fonts: [left angle bracket]font[right angle bracket]
Comments: [left angle bracket]!--[right angle bracket]
Putting XHTML to Work
Creating Hyperlinks: [left angle bracket]a[right angle bracket]
Linking to Other Documents: [left angle bracket]link[right angle bracket]
Handling Images: [left angle bracket]img[right angle bracket]
Creating Frame Documents: [left angle bracket]frameset[right angle bracket]
Creating Frames: [left angle bracket]frame[right angle bracket]
Creating Embedded Style Sheets: [left angle bracket]style[right angle bracket]
Formatting Tables: [left angle bracket]table[right angle bracket]
Creating Table Rows: [left angle bracket]tr[right angle bracket]
Formatting Table Headers: [left angle bracket]th[right angle bracket]
Formatting Table Data: [left angle bracket]td[right angle bracket]
Extending XHTML
Creating Graphics and Multimedia: SVG and SMIL
Introducing SVG
Creating an SVG Document
Creating Rectangles
Adobe's SVG Viewer
Using CSS Styles
Creating Circles
Creating Ellipses
Creating Lines
Creating Polylines
Creating Polygons
Creating Text
Creating Gradients
Creating Paths
Creating Text Paths
Creating Groups and Transformations
Creating Animation
Creating Links
Creating Scripts
Embedding SVG in HTML
Introducing SMIL
Handling XLinks, XPointers, and XForms
Introducing XLinks
Beyond Simple XLinks
Introducing XPointers
Introducing XBase
Introducing XForms
Creating Input Controls
Part III In Review
At a Glance
Programming and XML
Using JavaScript and XML
Introducing the W3C DOM
Introducing the DOM Objects
Working with the XML DOM in JavaScript
Searching for Elements by Name
Reading Attribute Values
Getting All XML Data from a Document
Validating XML Documents by Using DTDs
Using Java and .NET: DOM
Using Java to Read XML Data
Finding Elements by Name
Creating an XML Browser by Using Java
Navigating Through XML Documents
Writing XML by Using Java
Using Java and .NET: SAX
An Overview of SAX
Using SAX
Using SAX to Find Elements by Name
Creating an XML Browser by Using Java and SAX
Navigating Through XML Documents by Using SAX
Writing XML by Using Java and SAX
Working with SOAP and RDF
Introducing SOAP
A SOAP Example in .NET
A SOAP Example in Java
Introducing RDF
Part IV In Review
At a Glance
Data Handling and XML
Handling XML Data Binding
Introducing DSOs
Binding HTML Elements to HTML Data
Binding HTML Elements to XML Data
Binding HTML Tables to XML Data
Accessing Individual Data Fields
Binding HTML Elements to XML Data by Using the XML DSO
Binding HTML Tables to XML Data by Using the XML DSO
Searching XML Data by Using a DSO and JavaScript
Handling Hierarchical XML Data
Working with XML and Databases
XML, Databases, and ASP
Storing Databases as XML
Using XPath with a Database
Introducing XQuery
Handling XML in .NET
Creating and Editing an XML Document in .NET
From XML to Databases and Back
Reading and Writing XML in .NET Code
Using XML Controls to Display Formatted XML
Creating XML Web Services
Part V In Review
Quiz Answers
Quiz Answers for Day 1
Quiz Answers for Day 2
Quiz Answers for Day 3
Quiz Answers for Day 4
Quiz Answers for Day 5
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Quiz Answers for Day 21
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