| ||Date ||Title ||Author ||Hits |
| || 02-12-02 || ||icarus, (c) Melonf... ||39469 |
The first part of this article demonstrated the basics of the Xerces XML parser, explaining how it could be used to process XML documents in a non-Web environment. This concluding section closes the circle, taking everything you've learned so far and demonstrating how it can be applied to create dynamic Web pages from static XML documents with Xerces.
| || 01-28-02 || ||icarus, (c) Melonf... ||81351 |
So you've already seen how Perl and PHP handle XML data. But you're a Real Programmer, and Real Programmers don't waste time with scripting languages. Nope, you need something a little more powerful, something with more horsepower under the hood. Something written in Java. Something like Xerces.
| || 12-12-01 || ||icarus, (c) Melonf... ||38114 |
You already know how to link XML documents together with XLink, and isolate specific nodes or node collections with XPath. Now uncover the third and final piece of the XML linking jigsaw - XPointer, an experimental technology from the W3C, which allows you to create XML links to specific points or ranges within an XML document.
| || 11-30-01 || ||Harish Kamath, (c)... ||44127 |
So you've got your XML, and you've also got an XSLT stylesheet to format it. But how do you put the two of them together? Fear not - you can use PHP's Sablotron extension to perform XSLT transformation of XML data on the server. This article tells you how.
| || 10-15-01 || ||Harish Kamath, (c)... ||71062 |
Imagine a technology that offered you all the power of a DTD without the associated unpleasantness of those strange symbols and arcane commands. Sounds too good to be true? Say hello to XML Schema.
| || 10-05-01 || ||Vikram Vaswani, (c... ||50844 |
If XML is to get anywhere near as popular as HTML is today, it needs to address a pretty basic requirement: the ability to connect different pieces of data together. Luckily, the W3C has a solution...and it's called XLink. Read on for the scoop.
| || 09-27-01 || ||Vikram Vaswani, (c... ||48403 |
Ever tried to read a DTD, and failed miserably? Ever wondered what all those symbols and weird language constructs meant? Well, fear not - this crash course will get you up to speed with the basics of DTD design in a hurry.
| || 08-31-01 || ||icarus, (c) Melonf... ||45403 |
In this concluding article, expand your XSLT vocabulary by exploring conditional constructs, loops, variables, and numbering, together with examples and illustrations of how these programming capabilities can substantially simplify your XSLT experience.
| || 08-15-01 || ||icarus, (c) Melonf... ||83360 |
With a sound foundation in XML theory behind you, it's now time to address the other half of the jigsaw - actually converting all that marked-up data into something useful. This first article in a two-part series examines the need, rationale and basic concepts of XSLT, the Extensible Stylesheet Language for Transformations, with sample code and examples.
| || 08-15-01 || ||Vikram Vaswani, (c... ||58558 |
One of the fundamental constructs for XSL transformations and XML links, XPath is nonetheless one of the lesser lights of the XML universe. However, if you're serious about developing your XML skills, you need to know it inside out - and this tutorial has all you need to get started.
| || 07-28-01 || ||icarus, (c) Melonf... ||36042 |
Now that you know the basics, this article explains how to use XML's more advanced constructs to author complex XML documents. Entities, namespaces, CDATA blocks, processing instructions - they're all in here, together with aliens, idiots, secret agents and buried treasure.
| || 07-23-01 || ||icarus, (c) Melonf... ||47173 |
Struggling with XML? Can't figure out the difference between an entity and a namespace? Fear not - our XML series has all the answers. This introductory article discusses the origins and design goals of XML, the basic rules of XML markup, and how to use elements and attributes in an XML document.
| || 06-20-01 || ||icarus, (c) Melonf... ||40724 |
PHP offers two methods of parsing an XML document. You've already seen how SAX works; in this article, find out how to use PHP's DOM functions to traverse an XML tree, and also learn about important differences between the two approaches.
| || 06-18-01 || ||icarus, (c) Melonf... ||98649 |
By separating content from presentation, XML offers Web developers a powerful alternative to traditional HTML technology...and when you combine that with PHP, you have a truly compelling new set of tools. In this article, find out how PHP's SAX parser can be used to parse XML data and generate HTML Web pages.
| || 03-22-01 || ||Olivier Eymere ||67348 |
This tutorial will guide you through setting up Tomcat and Cocoon to serve XML pages, then you will create a DTD, XML file and three XSL stylesheets so that you can view your data in your desktop browser, a cell phone browser and a pdf file.