Categories



Introduction to the Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) Article

Raiting 5.00

The Darwin Information Typing Architecture is an XML-based architecture for authoring, producing, and delivering technical information. This article spells out as to what it is and it applies to technical documentation.

Xpath Tutorial

Raiting 5.00

In this tutorial, selected XPath features are demonstrated with many examples and pictures which can be downloaded for off-line use.

DTD Tutorial

Raiting 5.00

Basic DTD features are demonstrated in this tutorial through a number of examples that can be downloaded for off-line use.

Decoding XML and the DTD

Raiting 5.00

This article shows how to create XML Document Type Definitions and well-formed, well-defined XML files that can be validated by the XML parser of choice. Not only will a DTD enforce the syntax you've established for your XML files, it will also allow your files to be parsed by a validating XML parser.

XML Tutorial at Zvon

Raiting 5.00

Selected XML features are demonstrated in this tutorial through many examples which can be downloaded for off-line use

XML Tutorial at Zvon

Raiting 5.00

Selected XML features are demonstrated in this tutorial through many examples which can be downloaded for off-line use

Using XML Schema archetypes and XSLT style sheets to simplify your code

Raiting 5.00

Kevin Williams in this column demonstrates how to use XML Schema archetyping to control styling of data for various presentation modes. Ten code samples in XML, XML Schema, and XSLT show how the techniques work to reduce code bulk and simplify maintenance.

How to use XLink with XML

Raiting 5.00

In this short tip you shall learn how to include parts of other XML documents in your own XML through XLink. This lets you achieve dramatic linking effects in your XML documents.

Using XML as the Foundation for Distributed Design

Raiting 5.00

Visual Studio.NET and the .NET Framework provide a rich set of XML capabilities. This presentation demonstrates how to use those capabilities by taking an approach that puts XML at the core of the architecture / design of a reality-based distributed application scenario.

Cost: free