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XML - Managing Data Exchange


eXtensible Markup Language (XML) is a widely used computer language for creating and designing pages on the World Wide Web, and for defining other languages with more specialized purposes. This Wikibook provides a detailed description of XML, its origins, its programming, and its uses on the Internet today. This book also provides exercises with which to test the knowledge you have gained through the deliberate study of its contents.

If you wish to participate in the writing or editing of XML - Managing Data Exchange, or if you have an idea as to how this book can be improved, please see the "to-do" list. You may also add your name to the list of contributors.

ChaptersEdit

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Preface

  1. Introduction to XML
  2. A single entity
  3. Basic data structures
  4. The one-to-many relationship
  5. The one-to-one relationship
  6. The many-to-many relationship
  7. Recursive relationships
  8. Data schemas
  9. Document Type Definitions
  10. XHTML
  11. XPath
  12. XLink
  13. CSS
  14. XSLT and Style Sheets
  15. Cocoon
  16. Parsing XML files
  17. XUL
  18. Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (AJAX)
  19. Web Services
  20. XMLHTTP
  21. Database and XML
  22. SyncML
  23. SVG
  24. VoiceXML
  25. DocBook
  26. SMIL
  27. XBRL
  28. WDDX
  29. RPC
  30. JSTL
  31. RDF
  32. RSS
  33. JDesktop Network Components (JDNC)
  34. Namespace
  35. Business Intelligence and XML
  36. Converting MySQL to XML
  37. XML Encryption
  38. XQL
  39. XQuery
  40. Exchanger XML Lite
  41. XML and JDBC
  42. XForms
  43. XML Web Audio
  44. OpenOffice.org & OpenDocument Format
  45. KML & Google Earth
  46. The ACORD standard - XML in the insurance industry

AppendicesEdit

  1. Glossary
  2. Contributors
  3. Author guidelines
  4. XML Editor
  5. XML Colors
  6. Stylesheet section workspace
  7. Resources

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