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XML(or Extensible Markup Language) was designed to transport and store data. By using XML, companies can parse information including data and content in a variety of ways. XML is an international data standard, a sort of lingua franca for computing. Practically speaking, XML is a method to structure electronic documents, and its aim is to separate presentation, structure, and meaning from the actual content. It's been so successful at doing this, it's now used to represent any kind of data structure (including databases and other business information).
Many might confuse with the subtle difference between XML and HTML. It is important to know the difference. XML and HTML were designed with different goals: XML was designed to transport and store data, with focus on what data is. HTML was designed to display data, with focus on how data looks. HTML is about displaying information, while XML is about carrying information. Maybe it is a little hard to understand, but XML does not DO anything. XML was created to structure, store, and transport information.
XML is both human-readable and machine-readable. The design goals of XML emphasize simplicity, generality, and usability over the Internet. Many application programming interfaces (APIs) have been developed to aid software developers with processing XML data, and several schema systems exist to aid in the definition of XML- based languages.
In this course, you will learn XML, its applications(how you can create your own language using XML) in depth.
You don't need to do know any programming to attend to this course. However you need to know the basics of Windows Operating System and you should be able to use Windows in your system comfortably. If you are not familiar with the Windows environment, we recommend you to complete the course "Introduction To Windows".
  • Introduction & History of XML
  • XML vs HTML, XML Structure & XML Elements
  • XML Attributes
  • XML Validations & DTD
  • DTD Components
  • DTD Elements
  • DTD Attributes
  • DTD Entities
  • XML Schemas Introduction
  • Schemas Designing
  • Schemas Elements & Attributes
  • XML Related Technologies
  • XML Parsers
  • XML APIs
  • SAX Parser Example Part 1
  • SAX Parser Example Part 2
  • DOM Parser Example Part 1
  • DOM Parser Example Part 2
  • DOM Parser Example Part 3
  • XML Style Sheets