The XML Handbook

The XML Handbook

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The definitive guide for Web pros and managers -- 100% updated! Charles F. Goldfarb covers the hottest new W3C technologies, including XLink, XSL, SXLT, XPointer, namespaces, and schemas in this completely revised and updated second edition. The CD-ROM contains over 110 freeware XML software packages, including IBM's Alphaworks Suite and Exeter's XML Web Server.
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  • Paperback | 1013 pages
  • 190.5 x 241.3 x 60.96mm | 1,519.53g
  • Prentice Hall
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • 2nd edition
  • 0130147141
  • 9780130147141

Table of contents

I. THE WHO, WHAT, AND WHY OF XML.

1. Why XML?
2. Just enough XML.
3. Where is XML going?
4. XML in the real world.
5. XML Jargon Demystifier?
II. MIDDLE-TIER SERVERS.

6. Personalized frequent-flyer website.
7. Building an online auction website.
8. eXcelon: Serving information.
9. XML-Server: Serving dynamic data.
10. California UnRealty.
11. Wells Fargo & Company.
III. E-COMMERCE.

12. XML and EDI: The new Web commerce.
13. XML and EDI: Working together.
14. Supply chain integration.
15. Bright Lighting Company.
16. Building a schema for a product catalog.
17. Agent Discovery.
IV. PORTALS.

18. DataChannel: Enterprise portals.
19. Sequoia: Portal development system.
20. ibm.com.
21. RxML: Your prescription for healthcare.
22. XMLNews: A syndication document type.
23. Wavo Corporation.
V. PUBLISHING.

24. Hitachi Semiconductor.
25. Frank Russell Company.
26. City Of Providence.
27. PC World Online.
28. MTU-DaimlerChrysler Aerospace.
29. FrameMaker+ SGML: Editing+ composition.
VI.CONTENT MANAGEMENT.

30. Tweddle Litho Company.
31. Epic: Efficient content management.
32. BladeRunner: The content life cycle.
33. SigmaLink: Links and workflow.
34. Oracle8i: Enterprise data management.
35. Congressional Quarterly.
VII. CONTENT ACQUISITION.

36. WordPerfect: The information supply chain.
37. Documentor: Hyperlinked XML editing.
38. DynaTag: Visual conversion environment.
39. Planning for document conversion.
40. Integrating legacy data.
VIII.STYLESHEETS.

41. INSIGHT: The role of stylesheets.
42. Stylesheets for interactive applications.
43. Designing website stylesheets.
IX. NAVIGATION.

44. Extended linking.
45. B2B QueryView: XQL search tool.
46. Topic maps: Knowledge navigation aids.
47. The universal collaborative Web.
X. XML AND PROGRAMMING.

48. Java technology for XML development.
49. Distributed programming through XML.
50. WIDL and XML RPC.
51. Bean Markup Language (BML).
52. Luxembourg Police.
XI. XML TUTORIALS.

53. XML basics.
54. Creating a document type definition.
55. Entities: Breaking up is easy to do.
56. Advanced features of XML.
57. Reading the XML specification.
XII.RELATED TUTORIALS.

58. Namespaces.
59. XML Path Language (XPath).
60. Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL).
61. XML Pointer Language (XPointer).
62. XML Linking Language (XLink).
63. Datatypes.
64. XML Schemas.
XIII. RESOURCES.

65. Free resources on the CD-ROM.
66. Other XML-related books.
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About Paul Prescod

Charles F. Goldfarb is the inventor of the SGML standard on which XML and HTML are based. Paul Prescod is a leading XML consultant and W3C team member.
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