For the most up-to-date information on one of the hottest new markup languages, look to Presenting XML. With this easy-to-follow guide, you'll master the basic concepts and technical details you need to expand your knowledge and understanding of XML. Written by an industry expert with years of real-world experience, this reference takes you on an introductory tour of this robust technology, and it shows you how the technology can work to your advantage. You'll learn to create XML documents, use markup to fine-tune style, link with XML, and develop XML applications. In addition, you'll find out how XML is being used today and what impact it will have in the future. With Presenting XML, you'll get a quick, efficient introduction to XML and everything it has to offer, and you'll learn why this dynamic markup language is the wave of the future.
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Unlike many other authors, Richard Light doesn't assume that his readers embrace the new technology he describes--in this case, XML. At the start, he answers the question of why XML is even necessary. Presenting XML provides information in usable chunks, allowing the reader to easily scan the subchapter titles. Geared toward the user somewhat familiar with the tenets of web design, Presenting XML includes information about basic HTML concepts such as entities and attributes and explains the best means of converting existing HTML to XML. Light later delves into creating XML applications. Presenting XML is comprehensive, full of resources and examples, and contains a well-documented index. For anyone wanting the whole story on XML, this book runs the gauntlet from introductory tutorial to trusted reference guide.From the Publisher:
Presenting XML will teach people about the XML language and how it will be used to speed up the Web through greater use of client-side processing; better indexing; search and retrieval; richer link types; and more complex structures.The book will cover what the XML language is, how it relates to HTML and SGML, how it will affect the Web, and kinds of applications possible.It will go over in detail what the XML specification is and will describe the basics of writing XML code, and creating XML-aware applications. - An introduction to XML extensible Markup Language the slimmed down, Web enabled version of SGML from which HTML was create
- The XML standard is being advanced by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) as an alternative and compliment to HTML
- XML is neutral with respect to vendor, application, and platform, just like HTML
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