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If you're a developer working with XML, you know there's a lot to know about XML, and the XML space is evolving almost moment by moment. But you don't need to commit every XML syntax, API, or XSLT transformation to memory; you only need to know where to find it. And if it's a detail that has to do with XML or its companion standards, you'll find it--clear, concise, useful, and well-organized--in the updated third edition of XML in a Nutshell.With XML in a Nutshell beside your keyboard, you'll be able to:
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Elliotte Rusty Harold is originally from New Orleans to which he returns periodically in search of a decent bowl of gumbo. However, he currently resides in the Prospect Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn with his wife Beth, dog Shayna, and cat Marjorie (named after his mother-in-law). He's a frequent speaker at industry conferences including Software Development, Dr. Dobb's Architecure & Design World, SD Best Practices, Extreme Markup Languages, and too many user groups to count. His open source projects include the XOM Library for processing XML with Java and the Amateur media player.
W. Scott Means has been a professional software developer since 1988, when he joined Microsoft Corporation at the age of 17. He was one of the original developers of OS/2 1.1 and Windows NT, and did some of the early work on the Microsoft Network for the Microsoft Advanced Technology and Business Development group. Since then he has written software for everything from multiplayer casino games to railroad geometry measurement equipment. For Scott's latest projects and musings on software development, visit his blog at smeans.com.Contenuti:
Preface; What This Book Covers; What's New in the Third Edition; Organization of the Book; Conventions Used in This Book; Request for Comments; Acknowledgments; Part I: XML Concepts; Chapter 1: Introducing XML; 1.1 The Benefits of XML; 1.2 What XML Is Not; 1.3 Portable Data; 1.4 How XML Works; 1.5 The Evolution of XML; Chapter 2: XML Fundamentals; 2.1 XML Documents and XML Files; 2.2 Elements, Tags, and Character Data; 2.3 Attributes; 2.4 XML Names; 2.5 References; 2.6 CDATA Sections; 2.7 Comments; 2.8 Processing Instructions; 2.9 The XML Declaration; 2.10 Checking Documents for Well-Formedness; Chapter 3: Document Type Definitions (DTDs); 3.1 Validation; 3.2 Element Declarations; 3.3 Attribute Declarations; 3.4 General Entity Declarations; 3.5 External Parsed General Entities; 3.6 External Unparsed Entities and Notations; 3.7 Parameter Entities; 3.8 Conditional Inclusion; 3.9 Two DTD Examples; 3.10 Locating Standard DTDs; Chapter 4: Namespaces; 4.1 The Need for Namespaces; 4.2 Namespace Syntax; 4.3 How Parsers Handle Namespaces; 4.4 Namespaces and DTDs; Chapter 5: Internationalization; 5.1 Character-Set Metadata; 5.2 The Encoding Declaration; 5.3 Text Declarations; 5.4 XML-Defined Character Sets; 5.5 Unicode; 5.6 ISO Character Sets; 5.7 Platform-Dependent Character Sets; 5.8 Converting Between Character Sets; 5.9 The Default Character Set for XML Documents; 5.10 Character References; 5.11 xml:lang; Part II: Narrative-Like Documents; Chapter 6: XML as a Document Format; 6.1 SGML's Legacy; 6.2 Narrative Document Structures; 6.3 TEI; 6.4 DocBook; 6.5 OpenOffice; 6.6 WordprocessingML; 6.7 Document Permanence; 6.8 Transformation and Presentation; Chapter 7: XML on the Web; 7.1 XHTML; 7.2 Direct Display of XML in Browsers; 7.3 Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML; 7.4 Prospects for Improved Web Search Methods; Chapter 8: XSL Transformations (XSLT); 8.1 An Example Input Document; 8.2 xsl:stylesheet and xsl:transform; 8.3 Stylesheet Processors; 8.4 Templates and Template Rules; 8.5 Calculating the Value of an Element with xsl:value-of; 8.6 Applying Templates with xsl:apply-templates; 8.7 The Built-in Template Rules; 8.8 Modes; 8.9 Attribute Value Templates; 8.10 XSLT and Namespaces; 8.11 Other XSLT Elements; Chapter 9: XPath; 9.1 The Tree Structure of an XML Document; 9.2 Location Paths; 9.3 Compound Location Paths; 9.4 Predicates; 9.5 Unabbreviated Location Paths; 9.6 General XPath Expressions; 9.7 XPath Functions; Chapter 10: XLinks; 10.1 Simple Links; 10.2 Link Behavior; 10.3 Link Semantics; 10.4 Extended Links; 10.5 Linkbases; 10.6 DTDs for XLinks; 10.7 Base URIs; Chapter 11: XPointers; 11.1 XPointers on URLs; 11.2 XPointers in Links; 11.3 Shorthand Pointers; 11.4 Child Sequences; 11.5 Namespaces; 11.6 Points; 11.7 Ranges; Chapter 12: XInclude; 12.1 The include Element; 12.2 Including Text Files; 12.3 Content Negotiation; 12.4 Fallbacks; 12.5 XPointers; Chapter 13: Cascading Style Sheets (CSS); 13.1 The Levels of CSS; 13.2 CSS Syntax; 13.3 Associating Stylesheets with XML Documents; 13.4 Selectors; 13.5 The Display Property; 13.6 Pixels, Points, Picas, and Other Units of Length; 13.7 Font Properties; 13.8 Text Properties; 13.9 Colors; Chapter 14: XSL Formatting Objects (XSL-FO); 14.1 XSL Formatting Objects; 14.2 The Structure of an XSL-FO Document; 14.3 Laying Out the Master Pages; 14.4 XSL-FO Properties; 14.5 Choosing Between CSS and XSL-FO; Chapter 15: Resource Directory Description Language (RDDL); 15.1 What's at the End of a Namespace URL?; 15.2 RDDL Syntax; 15.3 Natures; 15.4 Purposes; Part III: Record-Like Documents; Chapter 16: XML as a Data Format; 16.1 Why Use XML for Data?; 16.2 Developing Record-Like XML Formats; 16.3 Sharing Your XML Format; Chapter 17: XML Schemas; 17.1 Overview; 17.2 Schema Basics; 17.3 Working with Namespaces; 17.4 Complex Types; 17.5 Empty Elements; 17.6 Simple Content; 17.7 Mixed Content; 17.8 Allowing Any Content; 17.9 Controlling Type Derivation; Chapter 18: Programming Models; 18.1 Common XML Processing Models; 18.2 Common XML Processing Issues; 18.3 Generating XML Documents; Chapter 19: Document Object Model (DOM); 19.1 DOM Foundations; 19.2 Structure of the DOM Core; 19.3 Node and Other Generic Interfaces; 19.4 Specific Node-Type Interfaces; 19.5 The DOMImplementation Interface; 19.6 DOM Level 3 Interfaces; 19.7 Parsing a Document with DOM; 19.8 A Simple DOM Application; Chapter 20: Simple API for XML (SAX); 20.1 The ContentHandler Interface; 20.2 Features and Properties; 20.3 Filters; Part IV: Reference; Chapter 21: XML Reference; 21.1 How to Use This Reference; 21.2 Annotated Sample Documents; 21.3 XML Syntax; 21.4 Constraints; 21.5 XML 1.0 Document Grammar; 21.6 XML 1.1 Document Grammar; Chapter 22: Schemas Reference; 22.1 The Schema Namespaces; 22.2 Schema Elements; 22.3 Built-in Types; 22.4 Instance Document Attributes; Chapter 23: XPath Reference; 23.1 The XPath Data Model; 23.2 Data Types; 23.3 Location Paths; 23.4 Predicates; 23.5 XPath Functions; Chapter 24: XSLT Reference; 24.1 The XSLT Namespace; 24.2 XSLT Elements; 24.3 XSLT Functions; 24.4 TrAX; Chapter 25: DOM Reference; 25.1 Object Hierarchy; 25.2 Object Reference; Chapter 26: SAX Reference; 26.1 The org.xml.sax Package; 26.2 The org.xml.sax.helpers Package; 26.3 SAX Features and Properties; 26.4 The org.xml.sax.ext Package; Chapter 27: Character Sets; 27.1 Character Tables; 27.2 HTML4 Entity Sets; 27.3 Other Unicode Blocks; Colophon;
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