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Author Parand Tony Daruger has provided a set of Java usage patterns and a library of functions to make DOM robust and easy to use. Based on an analysis of several projects, this article examines how to make effective and efficient use of DOM in Java.
This article teaches us how to automate e-mail publishing jobs with Java and XML. This application of XML and XSLT describes an e-mail newsletter (e-zine) publishing application that outputs both HTML and plain text e-mail messages.
Most approaches to working with XML documents in applications puts emphasis on XML: For many applications that care more about the data contained in documents than the documents themselves, data binding offers a much simpler approach to working with XML.
This article discusses two ways to produce dynamic Web pages with Java and XSLT. This is done by passing user-request parameters from a Java backend program to an XSLT style sheet that is used to render the Web page. The sample code demonstrates the use of the XSLTProcessor method and a custom method, plus how to use global parameters in XPath expressions.
This article shows how you can use XML and JSP technologies, the hottest buzzwords these days, together to make a dynamic Website. You can design a system that uses XML files to store data on a Web server and JSP files to display that data. Code examples for DOM, XPath, XSL, and other Java-XML techniques can also be viewed here.
This article describes the design and implementation of a fast and compact Java toolkit for parsing and manipulating XML -- Electric XML. It shows how to apply object-oriented techniques to the creation of an XML parser, and also provides useful knowledge of API design..