ARTICLES & TUTORIALS FOR XML DEVELOPMENT: Collection of Links to Advanced XML Coding Tutorials and Articles
The Bleeding Edge of XML - This tutorial shows the advanced lecture on bleeding edge of xml…
Advanced XML Programming - In this tutorial you can find all the information about advanced xml programming…
Advanced XML - A brief information about advanced xml programming, elements, attributes, comments and other related topics..
Advanced XML - Here you can find all the information about advanced xml related topics…
XML Schema Quality Checker - This article tells you how you can integrate the SQC into Stylus Studio as one of the Custom Validation Engines
Learn XQUERY in 10 minutes - This article is for all those people who really want to know what XQuery is, but don't have the time to find out. We all know the problem: so many exciting new technologies, so little time to research them. To be honest, I hope that you'll spend more than ten minutes on it — but if you really have to leave that soon, I hope you'll learn something useful anyway.
Stylus Studio Adapters Unleashed - If you have processed XML using Java, you should be familiar with JAXP (Java API for XML Processing). Here is a simple program that processes an XML document using XSLT..
Transforming Non-XML Documents with XML Tools - Here you will find transforming Non-xml documents with xml tools…
Oasis Catalogs for Fun and Profit - A brief information about OASIS Catalogs for fun and profit…
Writing Custom XML Adapters - This section will take you through the process of writing a medium-sized adapter in Java.
Configuring the JAVA Runtime Engine or JAVA Development Kit - This page identifies the Stylus Studio modules that require Java runtime and Java compiler components, where you can download these Java components, and how to force Stylus Studio to detect new or changed Java components.
Configuring an ODBC Data Source Using DataDirect Sequelink Server - This page describes how to create and configure an ODBC system data source for use with Stylus Studio. This process consists of three main procedures…
Two Tier Data Islands with Expanding/Collapsing Child elements - This demo shows an example of a two-tier data relationship. In these examples, I am using the xml DataBinding features in IE to represent the One To Many relationship of data in an XML file. Each of the examples allow the user to hide and show the child elements. This allows for better screen real estate and a more elegant display of the data. Below are different variations on how this can be done.
Displaying an Image from an XML Element - This sample was generated in response to a question that was asked of me from my website. I thought that I would share it with the rest of the world. The question was…
Filtering Data Islands - This snippet demonstrates uses the "Taliban Singles Online" dating application to demonstrate some of most common functionality found in business applications.
PHP: Kinder, Simpler XML Parsing - Here you can find all the informatin about PHP kinder, simpler xml parsing...
Advanced XML Menu - This is similar to the basic XML menu, but with one key difference it has sub-menus. This tutorial will also encapsulate the menu creation inside a function that uses parameters for greater flexibility.
Advanced UI Design Using XML and XSL - Part 7: Relational Folder Tree Lines - Welcome to Advanced UI Design Using XML and XSL. Each article in my series will demonstrate the creation of a specific user interface (UI) component using eXtensible Markup Language (XML) and eXtensible Stylesheet Language (XSL). This article expands on a previous article in this series, Folder Tree Creation (see http://www.15seconds.com/issue/010921.htm). The Folder Tree discussed in this article displays commonly found relational lines from parent to child entities.
A comparison of Web service security techniques - This is the final installment in an article series examining techniques to architect secure Web services. The first installment set up two fictional companies, one to provide a Web service and one to consume it, and examined the first security technique, IP blocking. The second installment looked at two additional techniques, user authentication, and digital certificates. This article compares the techniques.
Advanced UI Design Using XML and XSL - Part 6: Progress Indicator Usage - Welcome to Advanced UI Design Using XML and XSL. Each article in my series will demonstrate the creation of a specific user interface (UI) component using eXtensible Markup Language (XML) and eXtensible Stylesheet Language (XSL). This article explains several uses for the Progress Indicator object discussed in a previous 15seconds article (see http://www.15seconds.com/issue/011212.htm).
Advanced UI Design Using XML and XSL - Part 5: Progress Indicator Creation - This article discusses a Progress Indicator object. Below is the screenshot of the Progress Indicator demo located deeper within this article. This screenshot captures the progress indicator in 50 percent.
Transforming XML With SAX Filters - Last month we began our exploration of more advanced SAX topics with a look at how SAX events can be generated from non-XML data. This month, we conclude the series by introducing SAX filters and their use in XML data transformation.
Advanced UI Design Using XML and XSL - Part 4: Folder Tree Drag and Drop - Welcome to Advanced UI Design Using XML and XSL. Each article in my series will demonstrate the creation of a specific user interface (UI) component using eXtensible Markup Language (XML) and eXtensible Stylesheet Language (XSL). This article expands on a previous one in this series, Folder Tree Creation (see http://www.15seconds.com/issue/010921.htm). This article explains how to drag and drop entities of a given folder tree within that tree or into another separate tree.
W3Schools XML Tutorial - In this XML tutorial you will learn what XML is and the difference between XML and HTML. You will also learn how to start using XML in your applications. Topics include: XML introduction, XML how to use, XML syntax, XML elements, XML attributes, XML validation, XML browsers, XML viewing, XML CSS display, XML XSL display, XML data islands, XML parser, XML in real life, XML advanced, XML namespaces, XML CDATA, XML encoding, XML server, XML applications, XML http, XML behaviors, XML technologies, XML examples, XML quiz.
XML DOM Tutorial - The XML Document Object Model (XML DOM) defines a standard way for accessing and manipulating XML documents.
XSL Languages - The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) started to develop XSL because there was a need for an XML-based Stylesheet Language.
XHTML Tutorial - In this tutorial you will learn the difference between HTML and XHTML. We will also show you how this Web site was converted to XHTML.
XPath Introduction - XPath is a language for finding information in an XML document. XPath is used to navigate through elements and attributes in an XML document.
XLink and XPointer Introduction - XLink defines a standard way of creating hyperlinks in XML documents.
XForms Tutorial - XForms is the next generation of HTML forms. XForms uses XML to create input forms on the Web.
SOAP Tutorial - SOAP is a simple XML based protocol to let applications exchange information over HTTP.
WSDL Tutorial - WSDL is an XML-based language for describing Web services and how to access them.
Introduction to SVG - Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is text that defines an image.
Implementing Amazon.com XML - Amazon.com claims to offer Earth's Biggest Selection&tm;, and I can believe it. Everyone knows of their world famous bookstore, but they also sell music, movies, electronics, and items in many other categories – over a million items total. For years, Amazon.com has offered an associates program, designed to pay independent Web site owners for referrals, and the program has attracted tens of thousands of registered affiliates over the years. It is currently one of the largest and most successful affiliate programs on the Internet
Advanced XML Menu - First off, I highly recommend you finish this tutorial first. Now open up note pad or similar copy and paste the below xml into the document.
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