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Extensible Markup Language (XML) is new technology that is often surrounded by myths. This course is designed to dispel these myths and introduce the uses of this technology. The most well known markup language, HTML, is a method for describing how the content of a document is displayed by a user agent. Conversely, XML is used to describe the content of a document. This makes it ideal for electronic data interchange (EDI) and data warehousing. This course gives an introduction to XML and surrounding standards. Object Training is supported by Altova and we use Altova's XML products, namely XML Spy to assist with our XML training delivery.
At the end of this course, you will be able to:
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Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) eXtensible Stylesheet Language (XSL)
Xlink Xpointer Document Object Model (DOM) Simple API for XML (SAX) Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP)
XML+Java Benefits Java and Legacy Systems Web-enabling Legacy Systems New Legacy System Architecture Java API for XML Parsing (JAXP) JAXP DOM Architecture
An example of how to produce XML documents, DTD and Schemas
Participants will find some background in programming an advantage. Experience with HTML is recommended but not essential.
Designers, Developers and anyone with an interest in using XML
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Presentations & Exercises
Deliverable material for this course includes:
For all courses, but particularly PC-based courses, students are encouraged bring their own USB drive to save worked solutions and/or additional reference material.
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