Cocoon 2 Programming : Web Publishing with XML and Java
Cocoon is an open-source development platform for creating dynamic websites with XML and Java. It works with several key XML technologies, including XSLT for displaying content on web pages. It can be used with a variety of databases and can be integrated into nearly any web server environment. This book covers the most recent version of Cocoon, released in late 2001. Cocoon is used by a range of medium-size businesses, from a software firm in South Africa to an auto parts company in Kansas. NASA has recently gone to Cocoon for management of their website content.
- Paperback | 362 pages
- 188 x 226 x 24mm | 662.24g
- 01 Nov 2002
- John Wiley & Sons Inc
- Sybex Inc.,U.S.
- New York, United States
Table of contents
Contents at a Glance. Introduction. Chapter 1: The Cocoon 2 Architecture. Chapter 2: Uses of Cocoon. Chapter 3: A Review of the Essential Technologies. Chapter 4: The Cocoon Serializers. Chapter 5: Logic Control: The Sitemap. Chapter 6: Introducing XSP Usage. Chapter 7: XSP Logicsheets. Chapter 8: Content Generators. Chapter 9: Configuration for Debugging and Optimization. Chapter 10: Patterns of Presentation. Chapter 11: Patterns of Content Generation. Appendix A: Resources. Appendix B: Sitemap Tag References. Glossary. Index.
About Bill Brogden
Bill Brogden is a longtime computer programmer and wrote the best--selling Java 2 Exam Cram from Coriolis. He has also written for Sun's Advanced Technology Guides and the XML.com website. He is the author of Sybex's SOAP Programming with Java. Conrad D'Cruz has 14 years' experience with programming, including Java and XML, and is also an instructor in Web technolgoies. Mark Gaither is a 10--year computer industry veteran who has built sophisticated web systems for the Texas Department of Commerce, TManage, Inc., Activerse, High End Systems, Instant Sports, and HTMLScript.