As XML technologies become increasingly mainstream, software professionals need a far deeper understanding of the key XML tools and technologies for enterprise development. Definitive XML Application Development gives you exactly what you need. It combines practical insight into SAX, DOM, XSLT, and other advanced XML technologies with example-rich coverage of XML application construction using Java and Python -- today's most sophisticated and productive object-oriented languages.
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The start-to-finish guide to XML development for every experienced developer!
In this book, leading XML developer Lars Marius Garshol covers every essential aspect of XML programming, from basic principles through advanced techniques, utilizing DOM, SAX, XSLT, XPath, schemas, and other key XML standards. Garshol presents scores of code examples based on Python, a cross-platform language that is exceptionally well suited for XML development. Garshol also presents new insights into XML application design and optimization, as well as complete sample applications. Coverage includes:
You'll even find a quick introductory course in Python and an XML developer's glossary.
Whatever your application-from content management through enterprise application integration-Developing XML Applications gives you the resources, skills, insights, and example code you need to build it right.
"The range of XML application domains is growing dramatically, but there are common strategies and techniques for XML development that apply to all of them. This book provides a systematic and thorough grounding—and a real understanding—that will make you productive quickly."
—Charles F. GodfarbAbout the Author:
LARS MARIUS GARSHOL is a leading XML developer. He created xmlproc, a complete validating XML processor, helped design SAX and translated it to Python, and runs the Free XML Tools Web site, www.garshol.priv.no/download/xmltools/. He is co-founder of Ontopia, a company that provides knowledge management solutions based on XML Topic Maps (XTM) and related technologies.
About the Series Editor
Charles F. Goldfarb is the father of XML technology. He invented SGML, the Standard Generalized Markup Language on which both XML and HTML are based. You can find him on the Web at www.xmlbooks.com
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