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Introduction to XML

XML: An Introduction (Third Edition). With your HTML knowledge, you have a solid foundation for working with markup languages. However, unlike HTML, XML is more flexible, allowing for custom tag creation. This course introduces the fundamentals of XML and its related technologies so that you can create your own markup language. This course is 1 day in length.

Duration: 1 days

Price: 495.00
Online Price: Not Available

Course Prerequisites

To gain the most from this course you should have:

  • Good knowledge of HTML
  • At least one year of software development experience

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Explore the capabilities of the Extensible Markup Language and examine an environment used to develop XML documents
  • Create a well-formed XML document
  • Validate an XML document
  • Access XML documents with APIs
  • Format and transform XML documents
  • Link XML documents

Course Outline

Lesson 1: Getting Started with XML

  • Topic 1A: Determine When to Use XML

Lesson 2: Creating an XML Document

  • Topic 2A: Create XML Elements
  • Topic 2B: Create XML Attributes
  • Topic 2C: Insert XML Entities
  • Topic 2D: Create Additional XML Document Components
  • Topic 2E: Implement Namespaces

Lesson 3: Validating an XML Document

  • Topic 3A: Validate XML with a DTD
  • Topic 3B: Create a DTD
  • Topic 3C: Validate XML with a Schema
  • Topic 3D: Create a Schema

Lesson 4: Accessing XML Documents with APIs

  • Topic 4A: Access an XML Document Using the Document Object Model (DOM)
  • Topic 4B: Manipulate XML Data Using the Simple API for XML (SAX)

Lesson 5: Formatting and Transforming XML Documents

  • Topic 5A: Display an XML Document Using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
  • Topic 5B: Transform XML to XML
  • Topic 5C: Transform XML to HTML
  • Topic 5D: Create an XSL-FO Document
  • Topic 5E: Display an XML Document Using XSL-FO

Lesson 6: Linking XML Documents

  • Topic 6A: Use XLink to Link to an External Document
  • Topic 6B: Link to External Sources Using the HTML Namespace

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