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XML: How to Program

XML:   How to Program

  • H. M. Deitel
  • P. J. Deitel
  • T. M. Lin
  • Tem R. Nieto
  • P. Sadhu
  • Author: H. M. Deitel
    • ISBN:9788131716854
    • 10 Digit ISBN:8131716856
    • Price:Rs. 1209.00
    • Pages:988
    • Imprint:Pearson Education
    • Binding:Paperback
    • Status:Available
    • With   CD


    This new book by the world's leading programming-language textbook authors carefully explains XML—based system developments, including programming multi-tier, client/server, database-oriented, Internet and World-Wide-Web-based applications IN XML, How to Program, the Deitels and their colleagues, Tem R. Nieto, Ted Lin and Praveen Sadhu Discuss.

    Table of Content

    • Introduction to the Internet and World Wide Web
    • Introduction to HyperText Markup Language 4: Part I
    • Introduction to HyperText Markup Language 4: Part II
    • Cascading Style Sheets™ (CSS)
    • Creating Markup with XML
    • Document Type Definition (DTD)
    • Schemas
    • Document Object Model (DOM™)
    • Simple API for XML (SAX)
    • Case Study: XmlMessenger Program
    • XML Path Language (Xpath)
    • XSL: Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformation (XSLT)
    • XSL: Extensible Stylesheet Language Formatting Objects
    • Xlink, Xpointer, Xinclude and Xbase
    • Case Study: Message Forum with Active Server Pages
    • Server-side Java Programming
    • Perl and XML: A Web-based Message Forums Application
    • Accessibility
    • XHTML and Xforms
    • Custom Markup Languages: Part I
    • Custom Markup Languages: Part II
    • XML Technologies and Applications
    • Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) and Microsoft Biztalk™
    • Bonus Chapter: Introduction to Scripting with VBScript®
    • Bonus Chapter: Introduction to active Saver Pages (ASP)
    • Bonus Chapter: Introduction to Perl Programming
    • Bonus Chapter: Introduction to Java 2 Programming

    Salient Features

    • Hundreds of “live-code” programs with screen captures that show exact outputs.
    • Extensive World Wide Web and Internet resources to encourage further research.
    • Programming tips, recommended practices and cautions—all marked with icons.