Schaum's Outline of XML by Ed Tittel

By Ed Tittel

Schaum's define of XML offers a succinct evaluation of the rules of website design utilizing XML (eXtensible Markup Language). it is a whole scholar learn-it and do-it improvement advisor. contains quite a few examples demonstrating right layout ideas and markup. bargains tips to copious extra assets, examples, and data on those issues on-line and makes use of conventional Schaum's problem-solved strategies. throughout all power markets, there are over 400,000 scholars consistent with yr taking such classes on the university point; triple this quantity to account for high-school and adult/continuing education schemes. This e-book is meant to supply a tightly centred, succinct evaluate of the recommendations, terminology, recommendations, and markup occupied with growing powerful, right web content, and in representing and manipulating facts in XML. it is going to comprise assurance of the latest XML specification, plus information regarding web content layout, sort sheets, frames, DTDs, and content material administration. particular undergraduate and certification classes distinctive to exploit this name: creation to XML; Database & firm ideas; creation to internet applied sciences; (And near to any Web-focused layout, database, or improvement classification, taken in any yr of the undergraduate or certification curriculum)

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The SAX parser then calls certain methods, which you have overridden to do what you need to do in response to the event. Although the SAX parser organizes its events a bit differently, the situation is similar to an Abstract Window Toolkit (AWT) button generating ActionEvents when clicked. Then an interested class implements an ActionListener and overrides the callback method actionPerformed. SAX events, unlike AWT events, come in an ordered sequence as the XML file is read in. Given the tree structure of the XML file, the parser generates events in a depth-first order.

Take a second to refresh your memory:  Attribute datatypes: ID, IDREF(S), CDATA, ENTITIES, NMTOKEN(S), and enumerated values  Element datatypes: PCDATA and/or child elements NOTATION, ENTITY, And that is it. One of the reasons schemas have become so attractive is that they allow for more sophisticated datatyping. Wouldn’t it be nice to require the ISBN number to contain exactly 10 digits? When it comes time to validate your documents, you can be sure that there are no entry mistakes. What about dates?

As we saw in the section on using DOM interfaces, the entire XML document can be traversed using just firstChild() and nextSibling(). However, as a matter of practicality, we most likely would take advantage of the convenience offered by the full list of methods. Using the TreeWalker interface, the entire XML document is parsed by traversing each branch of the tree in turn using nextNode() as the primary method. The output from this method is often identical to the NodeIterator interface with the hierarchy of the original tree retained, even though some nodes may be missing, and therefore has methods to move up and down in the tree as well as back and forth.

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