XML For Dummies, 3rd Edition

  • 6h 19m
  • Ed Tittel, Frank Boumphrey, Natanya Pitts
  • John Wiley & Sons (US)
  • 2002

Harness the power of XML and take the Web to the next level

Data exchange. Database connectivity. Complex document creation. With XML, you can create common formats for sharing information--once you get the hang of all those rules. That's where this book comes in. Now updated to cover the latest XML developments, this friendly reference helps you get the hang of DTDs, XML Schema, XPath, and other applications--and start putting XML to work.

About the Author

Ed Tittel is a full-time writer and trainer who has more than 10 computer books to his credit.

Natanya Pitts and Frank Boumphrey have both written several books on HTML and XML.

In this Book

  • XML For Dummies, 3rd Edition
  • Introduction
  • Understanding What XML Is—and Why You Should Care
  • Comparing and Combining HTML and XML
  • Getting XML Basics Down Pat
  • Planning an XML Document That Does Something Great
  • Defining XML Documents
  • Understanding and Using DTDs
  • Creating Custom DTDs
  • Understanding and Using XML Schema
  • Building Custom XML Schemas
  • DTDs at Work
  • XML Schema at Work
  • Adding Character to XML
  • Inside an XML Solution
  • Using XSL with XML
  • Processing XML
  • Viewing XML on the Web
  • The XML Linking Language
  • The XML Path Language
  • The XML Pointer Language
  • Cool XML Tools and Technologies
  • XML and Web Services
  • XML on the Spot!
  • Ten Top XML Applications
  • Ten Ultimate XML Resources
  • XML for Dummies, 3rd Edition Cheat Sheet