XML and Web Services Reference Guide

XML and Web Services Reference Guide is a online reference which covers many topics on XML and Web Services technologies.

Description

What Is XML?
A cousin of Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), Extensible Markup Language (XML) provides a human-readable, platform-independent way to represent data, whether it’s content destined for a web page or brochure, or data destined for an enterprise database.

Like HTML and their mutual parent, Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML), XML works on the principle of tags, which delineate elements and content.

Table of Contents

  • The Document Object Model
  • DOM and Java
  • DOM and JavaScript
  • DOM and .NET
  • DOM and C++
  • DOM and Perl
  • DOM and PHP
  • DOM Level 3
  • The Simple API for XML (SAX)
  • SAX and Java
  • SAX and .NET
  • SAX and Perl
  • SAX and PHP
  • Validation
  • Document Type Definitions (DTDs)
  • XML Schemas
  • RELAX NG
  • Schematron
  • Validation in Applications
  • XSL Transformations (XSLT)
  • XSLT in Java
  • XSLT and RSS in .NET
  • XSL-FO
  • XPath
  • XML Base
  • XHTML
  • XHTML 2.0
  • Cascading Style Sheets
  • XUL
  • XML Events
  • XML Data Binding
  • XML and Databases
  • SQL Server and FOR XML
  • Service Oriented Architecture
  • Web Services
  • Apache Axis2
  • REST
  • SOAP
  • SOAP and Java
  • WSDL
  • UDDI
  • XML-RPC
  • Ajax
  • JSON
  • Ruby on Rails
  • Web Services Security
  • SAML
  • XML Digital Signatures
  • XML Key Management Services
  • Internationalization
  • Grid Computing
  • Web Services Resource Framework
  • WS-Addressing
  • WS-Notifications
  • New Languages: XML in Use
  • Google Web Toolkit
  • Google Sitemaps
  • Accessibility
  • The Semantic Web
  • WML
  • Google Web Services
  • The Yahoo! Web Services Interface
  • eBay REST API
  • WordML
  • DocBook
  • XML Query
  • XForms
  • Resource Description Framework (RDF)
  • Topic Maps
  • Rich Site Summary (RSS)
  • Simple Sharing Extensions (SSE)
  • Atom
  • Podcasting
  • Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG)
  • OPML

Book Details

Author(s): Nicholas Chase
Format(s): HTML
Link: Read online.








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