Fundamentals of
XML

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About this Course

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The free online textbook for this course is Sams Teach Yourself XML in 21 Days, Third Edition. You should begin by reading the complete Introduction to the book.

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Lessons
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Part I.

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1. Welcome to XML
2. Creating XML Documents
3. Creating Well-Formed XML Documents
4. Creating Valid XML Documents: DTDs
5. Declaring Attributes in DTDs
6. Creating Valid XML Documents: XML Schemas
7. Creating Types in XML Schemas
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Part II.

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  8. Formatting XML by Using Cascading Style Sheets
  9. Formatting XML by Using XSLT
10. Working with XSL Formatting Objects
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Part III.

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11. Extending HTML with XHTML
12. Putting XHTML to Work
13. Creating Graphics and Multimedia: SVG and SMIL
14. Handling XLinks, XPointers, and XForms
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Part IV.

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15. Using JavaScript and XML
16. Using Java and .NET: DOM
17. Using Java and .NET: SAX
18. Working with SOAP and RDF
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Part V.

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19. Handling XML Data Binding
20. Working with XML and Databases
21. Handling XML in .NET
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