ARTICLES & TUTORIALS FOR XML DEVELOPMENT: Collection of Links to XML & Intermediate Level Tutorials and Articles
RSS - Really Simple Syndication - RSS, or Really Simple Syndication is an XML-based format that allows links, news posts, and other lists to be displayed in an organized manner.
Displaying XML with XSL Stylesheets - This article will introduce you to the XSL stylesheet language and how it can be used to display XML as HTML in a browser.
TML Tutorial and Courses including (XHTML, XML, ASP, JAVA) - Video Professor's Learn HTML tutorial takes you from the basics of this Internet programming language to publishing your own website. This tutorial is great for those who want to build and maintain their own websites, but cringe at the sight of anything resembling a programming language. This tutorial makes learning simple by teaching you all aspects of action tags, explaining how design elements work, and how to avoid common mistakes. Whether your goal is to build a simple, text-oriented website or one loaded with frames, graphics, and animation, Video Professor will teach you how to do it all in one evening
XML Seminars, Tutorial, and Presentations by Elliotte Rusty Harold - This page lists some of the XML talks I've given in the past and am willing to give in the future. Talks range from half an hour to multiple days. The duration of most of these talks can be expanded or contracted as necessary to fit your needs.
XML Tutorial Online Courses - XML Tutorial that's easy, convenient and affordable! High-quality, online, self-paced courses designed to help you achieve your goals
Processing SOAP Headers - This article will look at how SOAP headers can be used to talk to an intermediate server that adds value to the basic search service. The value-add is actually pretty silly: you'll send the query, pick one of the results at random to return, and send it back as an HTML page in Pig Latin...
XML Programming with VB and ASP - This is a comprehensive intro to XML, XSL, and the Microsoft DOM for beginner and intermediate VB and ASP developers. They demonstrate advanced programming techniques such as classes and 3-tier designs using UML
The Message is the Medium - Invoking a XML Web Service - Programming webservice-clients is usually presented as making calls to remote objects, objects living on a webserver. Actually calling a webservice is a matter of sending a message to the server and hoping that the server will reply with a response message. This is a subtle difference but can have some interesting results when studied in a little more detail. In this article, with a possibly overused title, I will dive deeper in the different ways of invoking a webservice to get a better idea of what is going on.
PHP and XML: Parsing RSS 1.0 - XML is springing up all over the Internet as a means to create standard data formats for the exchange of information between systems, irrelevant of their platform or technology. As you may already know, XML allows you to define your own custom markup languages similar to HTML and suited to whatever data you need to represent. A number of standard XML-based markup languages have been created to facilitate the exchange of common types of information. In this article, we'll learn how to use PHP to read an XML document and display the data it contains as a Web page. The example we'll use is a Resource Description Framework (RDF) Site Summary (RSS) 1.0 document, although the techniques presented here apply to any situation where you wish to parse XML data in a PHP script.
Consuming an XML webservice using classic ASP and the SOAP Toolkit - Consuming an XML webservice using classic ASP and the SOAP Toolkit is a tutorial dealing with building webservices integrating ASP and SOAP. The author explains the process in detail with a working sample code. He also says why it is essential and how it will be useful for the developers.
Part I - Basic XML Concepts - This article is intended towards mainly the Beginners and Intermediate level programmers. While working with the XML Documents generally people are confused in some areas. Based on the queries I recieved, I am presenting this artice for them.
rizenet - Spinning your XML for screens of all sizes - This article shows how to use HTML as an intermediate language so that you can write a single stylesheet to translate from XML to one or more versions of HTML and use the features of the WebSphere Transcoding Publisher server to translate the resulting HTML to the target markup language the requesting device requires.
XML in .NET: .NET Framework XML Classes and C# Offer Simple, Scalable Data Manipulation - This intermediate article introduces the new suite of .NET XML APIs, commonly referred to as the .NET Framework XML classes. It assumes you're familiar with XML, C/C++, and C#.
File Upload Size Checker - When you allow file uploading... Set a File Max Size and reject the file if it is too large. Others will check it after it is uploaded.. then deletes it if too large.. but not this... it won't let them even upload a single bit... if it is too large!
The skew.org XML Tutorial - A reintroduction to XML with an emphasis on character encoding…
Spinning your XML for screens of all sizes - This article shows how to use HTML as an intermediate language so that you can write a single stylesheet to translate from XML to one or more versions of HTML and use the features of the WebSphere Transcoding Publisher server to translate the resulting HTML to the target markup language the ...
XSL Techniques - XSLFO templates. It is ideally suited for technical documentation specialists, web designers, web developers and programmers. Through a series of assignments, you will gradually acquire the knowledge to build a variety of varied and complex templates. In the first assignment, you will perform simple data queries to learn about the XPath and XSL data structures. Then you will complete basic and advanced assignments using XSLT to output XML documents into ...
Part I --- Basic XML Concepts - Welcome to yet another intresting article on XML. This article is intended towards mainly the Beginners and Intermediate level programmers. While working with the XML Documents generally people are confused in some areas. Based on the queries I recieved, I am presenting this artice for them.
XML as intermediate application layer - In this article want to share my thoughts on techniques for keeping our code XML-based - so there's no need to get your hands dirty in your application code to change the markup that is rendered afterwards. Most things will be PHP related though.
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