13 e-books in XML category free
e-books in XML category
– IBM Redbooks , 2000
By reading this book, customers, IBM sales people, and IT specialists will have the opportunity to understand how the ‘marriage’ between XML technology and the IBM Application Framework for e-business can help to leverage e-business applications.
by Vijay Mukhi, Shruti Gupta, Sonal Mukhi
The XML Schema specifies the properties of a resource, while the XML file stipulates a set of values for these properties. The XML Schema concedes generous amount of autonomy to the programmer to define the rules of data validity.
– xmlzoo.net , 2008
These tutorials introduce a variety of XML topics including, SVG, DTD, Schema, XSLT, DOM and SAX. Each topic includes a number of problems that the student must complete. Online parsers that process the students answers and give immediate feedback.
by Norman Walsh – O’Reilly Media , 1998
This introduction to XML presents the Extensible Markup Language at a reasonably technical level for anyone interested in learning more about structured documents. In addition to XML 1.0 Specification, this text outlines related XML specifications.
by Dan McCreary – Wikibooks , 2012
Apache Ant is an XML-based scripting language used by the Open Source community. Ant automates tasks such as compiling source code, building deployment packages and automatically checking dependencies of what needs to be updated in a build set.
by Serge Abiteboul, et al. – Cambridge University Press , 2011
This book explains the foundations of XML, with a focus on data distribution. It covers the many facets of distributed data management on the Web, such as description logics, that are already emerging in today’s data integration applications.
by Jon Frost, Stefan Goessner, Michel Hirtzler – SVG , 2008
A beginner-level book that assumes basic knowledge of HTML. It is presented in a workbook-like format that lends itself to people who want both a solid foundation in the main aspects of SVG and who are willing to get their hands dirty with SVG.
by Dan McCreary – Wikibooks , 2010
by J. David Eisenberg – Lulu.com , 2006
OASIS Open Document Format for Office Applications is an open, XML-based file format, an open standard from the OASIS standards group. This book introduces you to the XML that serves as an internal format for office applications.
by DJ Adams – O’Reilly Media , 2002
This book offers developers a chance to learn and understand the Jabber technology and protocol from an implementer’s point of view. Detailed information of each part of the Jabber protocol is introduced, explained, and discussed.
by Norman Walsh, Leonard Muellner – O’Reilly , 2008
The DocBook SGML specification allows publishers to mark up text content to be used in traditional print as well as on Web. This book examines the entirety of the DocBook specification and will be useful to anyone who uses SGML to publish documents.
by Bob Stayton – Sagehill Enterprises , 2007
The definitive guide to using the DocBook XSL stylesheets. It shows the full potential of DocBook publishing. It covers all aspects of DocBook publishing tools, including installing, using, and customizing the stylesheets and processing tools.
by Ronald Bourret , 2005
This paper gives a high-level overview of how to use XML with databases. It describes how the differences between data-centric and document-centric documents affect their usage with databases and how XML is commonly used with relational databases.
by John Simpson – O’Reilly Media, Inc. , 2002
XPath and XPointer are two languages that play a key role in XML processing. You’ll learn to construct a full XPointer and completely understand both the XPath and XPointer features it uses. A working knowledge of XML and XSLT is assumed.
by Anders Mller, Michael Schwartzbach – Addison Wesley , 2006
This online tutorial gives a complete introduction to the essentials of the XML standard. It will teach students how to apply web technologies to develop XML based web applications. A superb summary of the main Web technologies.
by Micah Dubinko – O’Reilly , 2003
Introduction and practical guide to the new XForms specification. You’ll learn how to integrate XForms with both HTML and XML vocabularies, and how XForms can simplify the connection between client-based user input and server-based processing.
by J. David Eisenberg – O’Reilly Media , 2002
SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) is the new XML-based graphics standard that will enable Web documents to be smaller and more interactive. This book introduces SVG, it covers creating simple line drawings, filters, transformations, and more.
by V. Mukhi, S. Shanbhag, S. Mukhi – BPB Publications , 2008
by Steve Holzner – Sams , 2003
The book offers real-world XML examples and covers basic syntax, XML document structure, document types, the benefits of XML Schema, formatting using CSS, working with XHTML, XForms, building XML into database or Web Service applications with SOAP.
– Wikibooks , 2008
This text provides a detailed description of XML, a computer language for designing web pages, and for defining other, more specialized languages. It covers XML programming, and its uses on the Internet. Exercises are included.
by Elliotte Rusty Harold – Addison-Wesley Professional , 2002
A complete guide to writing Java programs that read and write XML documents. Shows developers how to save XML documents, read XML documents, communicate with network servers that send and receive XML data, and integrate XSLT into their programs.
by Wouter van Vugt , 2007
A detailed overview of the three major markup languages in Open XML for both beginners and more experienced in document markup languages. You can learn about how to build your value-added solutions based on the Open XML platform.
by Nigel McFarlane – Prentice Hall PTR , 2003
The book explores Mozilla’s revolutionary XML User interface Language and its library. Using clear and concise instruction, the author explains that Mozilla and XUL are the keys to quickly and easily creating web-enabled applications.