XML Tutorials

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Apr 30, 2020, 2:27:01 PM4/30/20
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This XML tutorial book is a collection of notes and sample codes written by the author while he was learning XML himself. Topics include introduction to XML, DTD (Document Type Definition), XSD (XML Schema Definition), XPath (XML Path Language), XSL (Extensible Stylesheet Language), XSLT (XSL Transformation), XSL-FO (Formatting Objects), DOM (Document Object Model), and SAX (Simple API for XML); viewing XML with Chrome and Web browsers; editing XML with Notepad++, XML Notepad; generating and parsing XML with Java and PHP programs. Updated in 2019 (Version Version 5.20): added PHP tutorials.


http://herongyang.com/XML/

Michael Uplawski

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Oct 2, 2020, 1:52:22 AM10/2/20
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SQA:
> This XML tutorial book is a collection of notes and sample codes
> written by the author while he was learning XML himself.

While the content appears to match the promise, for the later chapters
to be useful, you need the full, payed version of the book.

Some of the mentioned helper programs are outdated, some of the
mentioned sites are obsolete.

This could be a good document, if it were complete and freely accessible
via Web as static HTML.

For now, there are better alternatives, even freely accessible as HTML
on the Web.

Pitty.

Michael
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Michael Uplawski

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Oct 2, 2020, 7:53:27 AM10/2/20
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SQA:
> This XML tutorial book is a collection of notes and sample codes
> written by the author while he was learning XML himself.

While the content appears to match the promise, for the later chapters
to be useful, you need the full, payed version of the book.

Some of the mentioned helper programs are outdated, some of the
mentioned sites are obsolete.

This could be a good document, if it were complete and freely accessible
via Web as static HTML.

For now, there are better alternatives, even freely accessible as HTML
on the Web.

Pity.
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