1-24 Introduction to XML (XML) scripts (listed after popularity)

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1)   A Guide to XML
This article provides an introduction to XML with an intention to guide the reader to appropriate sections of the XML specification when greater technical detail is desired.

2)   Extend JAX-RPC Web services using SOAP headers
'Extend JAX-RPC Web services using SOAP headers' is an article in which author describes about the JAX-RPC SOAP handlers in prcessing SOAP message headers.

3)   Extensible Markup Language (XML) and C#
The .NET Framework uses XML extensively. The Framework Class Library (FCL) provides an extensive set of XML-related classes. Much of Visual Studio's internal implementation also employs XML. In this paper, we introduce XML, XML-related technologies and key classes for creating and manipulating XML documents.

4)   XPointers
XPointer, the XML Pointer Language, defines an addressing scheme for individual parts of an XML document. These addresses can be used by any application that needs to identify parts of or locations in an XML document. For instance, an XML editor could use an XPointer to identify the current position of the insertion point or the range of the selection. An XInclude processor can use an XPointer to determine what part of a document to include. And the URI in an XLink can include an XPointer fragment identifier that locates one particular element in the targeted document. XPointers use the same XPath syntax that you're familiar with from XSL transformations to identify the parts of the document they point to, along with a few additional pieces.

5)   XLinks
Linking in XML is divided into two parts, XLink and XPointers. XLink, the XML Linking Language, defines how one document links to another document. XPointer, the XML Pointer Language, defines how individual parts of a document are addressed. An XLink points to a URI (in practice, a URL) that specifies a particular resource. This URI may include an XPointer part that more specifically identifies the desired part or section of the targeted resource or document. This paper explores XLinks.

6)   XSLT/XPATH tutorial
This article will help you achieve a working knowledge of XML/XSL/XPATH and XSLT and XPATH

7)   IBM developerWorks Live! Technical briefings
IBM developerWorks Live! Technical briefings is a tutorial that elaborately discusses about the advanced development techniques, products and technologies of the software by using briefings.

8)   The CTDP XML guide
This guide explains XML uses, categories, elements and types of XML documents. It also explains XML structure, document type definition, element attributes, and extensible stylesheet language.

9)   XSLT/XPATH tutorial
This article will help you achieve a working knowledge of XML/XSL/XPATH and XSLT and XPATH

10)   XML Tags
XML Tags is a tutorial that can be used as a reference guide to learn about XML tags. Here the author elaborates clearly XML tags by providing appropriate examples.

11)   Building an XML Architecture
'Building an XML Architecture' is a tutorial which teaches people in creating an ecommerce solution using XML technology.

12)   XSL Formatting Objects
XSL Formatting Objects (XSL-FO) are the second half of the Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL). XSL-FO is an XML application that describes how pages will look when presented to a reader. A style sheet uses the XSL transformation language to transform an XML document in a semantic vocabulary into a new XML document that uses the XSL-FO presentational vocabulary. While one can hope that Web browsers will one day know how to directly display data marked up with XSL formatting objects, for now an additional step is necessary in which the output document is further transformed into some other format, such as Adobe's PDF.

13)   Introduction to XML
This tutorial show you what XML is all about. It is an important new technology that will revolutionize the web. There's no reason you can't start using XML to transform your business today

14)   A Technical Introduction to XML
This presents the XML at a reasonably technical level for anyone interested in learning more about structured documents. This article outlines evolving XML specifications and is organized in four main sections.

15)   A survey of XML standards: Part 4
A survey of XML standards: Part 4 is an article through which the author presents a survey result about XML. And also author discusses about some essential XML technologies with his own experience.

16)   Herong's Notes On XML Technologies
'Herong's Notes On XML Technologies' is a book is made up of a collection of notes on XML. Author has gathered all these notes which are about XML language and its related technologies and presents here as a tutorial.

17)   Xml-Tutorial and the domain as sample
The tutorial has a lot of entity-samples - and the domain exists as Xml/Xsl and as plain Html. A freeware-tool which creates the Html-version is downloadable (NET1.1 required).

18)   Tip: Use data dictionary links for XML and Web services schemata
This is a XML tutorial through which the author elaborately explains about how to use data dictionary links in favour of XML and webservices schemata.

19)   Practical data binding: Get your feet wet in the real
Practical data binding: Get your feet wet in the real is a tutorial that guides the users in data binding on XML. Author guides the users by differentiating between general data binding and data binding in the XML.

20)   An Introduction to XML Templates with SQL Server 2000
This is an article in XML in which the author discusses about the method of using XML templates in SQL server 2000. Here the author tells about utilizing SQL XML templates in various execution process.

21)   Roundtrip issues in Java coding conventions
Roundtrip issues in Java coding conventions is a tip that explains about data reliability and round tripping by insisting the necessity of certain java coding conventions.

22)   XML Matters: GUIs and XML configuration data
XML Matters: GUIs and XML configuration data is a tutorial that elaborately discusses about the usage of XML in KDE (K Desktop Environment)and in the Mac OS X's Aqua GUI.

23)   Thinking XML: Patent filings meet XML
Thinking XML: Patent filings meet XML is a tutorial in which users can find more detailed explaination about patent filing on XML technology. Author provides explainations about the practical usage of the patent filing.

24)   XML Schema : What You Need to Know and Why
'XML Schema : What You Need to Know and Why' is a tutorial that clearly explains about the XML Schema system and its practical usages. People can gather more knowledge about how to manage and handle that powerful system.



 
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