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Getting Your Feet Wet in Flash-XML Integration
By Gregg Caines, Craig Swann
Jan 24, 2003
This sample chapter provides your first steps into Flash-XML integration by teaching how to load information from the Web server into your Flash movie at runtime.
Grid Computing: Is It Right for Your Company?
By Richard Murch
Oct 22, 2004
Grid computing has a very bright future; it brings many benefits and savings to IT. Richard Murch recommends that all IT senior staff evaluate, plan for, and implement grid technology. But successful grids must start with a comprehensive and well-thought-out plan.
High-Level Network Architecture and VoiceXML
By Rick Beasley, Veta Bonnewell, Mike Farley, John O'Reilly, Leon Squire
May 24, 2002
This article describes the interaction of high-level network architecture and VoiceXML.
How Do Specific Web Services Technologies Work?
By Joe Clabby
Oct 31, 2003
Joe Clabby takes a closer look at the specific technologies (XML, UDDI, WSDL, SOAP) that comprise Web services. How do they work? What specifically do they do? What additional standards efforts are underway to support the basic Web services protocols? He also reveals a big surprise — Web services can be architected without using formal Web services standards.
How to Use Selectors in CSS
By Russ Weakley
Dec 1, 2005
Selectors are one of the most important aspects of CSS because they are used to "select" elements on an HTML page so that they can be styled. In this lesson, you will learn about the different types of CSS selectors and how to use them.
How to Use the XPathAPI in Flash
By Kris Hadlock
Apr 7, 2006
Flash 8 has delivered the ability to do simple searches for node names and attribute values in an XML file with its new XPathAPI class. Kris Hadlock shows how to use the XPathAPI in Flash 8 to simplify and give power to your XML parsing.
Implementing an XML Section Handler in .NET
By Paul Kimmel
Sep 16, 2005
Paul Kimmel demonstrates how to objectify custom XML sections in .config files by using the IConfigurationSectionHandler. This technique will treat external XML data seamlessly as homogeneous objects, which is the basis for interesting solutions like Microsoft's Exception Management Application Block. This article is adapted from Paul Kimmel's book, C# Express.
Implementing Simple APIs for XML
By Aoyon Chowdhury, Parag Choudhary
Mar 14, 2003
Learn about the SAX packages and the key JAXP libraries and classes that are required for creating and using a SAX parser. Also learn how to set up JAXP for different versions of Java, and create an application that uses a SAX parser.
Influences on the Design of XQuery
By Don Chamberlin, Denise Draper, Mary Fernandez, Howard Katz, Michael Kay, Jonathan Robie, Michael Rys, Jerome Simeon, Jim Tivy, Philip Wadler
Sep 5, 2003
Though XQuery is still a young language, it is important to look at the design choices of XQuery and find out the major influences on that design.
Information Modeling with XML
By Akmal B. Chaudhri, Awais Rashid, Roberto Zicari
May 2, 2003
This chapter is a practical guide to achieving good grammar and style when modeling information in XML, which translates to building flexible applications that perform well with minimal programming effort.
Introducing .NET Web Services
By Keith Ballinger
Jul 11, 2003
Get an overview of the features and drawbacks of Web services. You will move from a working definition of Web services to a clearer understanding of what Web services are and how they fit into the larger landscape of software development.
Introducing Web Services
By Eric Newcomer
May 31, 2002
Discover how Web services are fundamentally changing the rules of Web commerce.
Introducing XML Schemas
By David Gulbransen
Mar 22, 2002
In this first of five articles on using XML, David Gulbransen provides a high-speed overview of the XML Schema syntax and how XML Schemas are structured.
Introduction to Grid Computing
By Joshy Joseph, Craig Fellenstein
Apr 16, 2004
Introduction to HTML: Linking to Other Web Pages
By Michael Morrison, Dick Oliver
Jan 20, 2006
Without links, your page is an island unto itself, with no connection to anything else. To make it a "real" web page, you need to connect it to the rest of the World Wide Webβ€”or at least to your own personal or corporate web of pages. This hour shows you how to create hypertext links to connect your page to the world.
Introduction to InfoPath 2010
By Scott Roberts, Hagen Green, Jessica Meats
Jun 21, 2011
The authors of Designing Forms for SharePoint and InfoPath: Using InfoPath Designer 2010, 2nd Edition share the story of InfoPath, a tool that helps end users interact with and share XML data.
Introduction to SOA with Web Services
By Greg Lomow, Eric Newcomer
Jan 7, 2005
Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) provides a commmon coding foundation for various applications, in order to simplify and streamline IT development.
Introduction to SOAP 1.1
By Aaron Skonnard
Jan 9, 2004
Aaron Skonnard provides a thorough introduction to SOAP in this chapter from his book, "Essential XML Quick Reference."
Introduction to SVG
By Lorien House, Ellen Pearlman
Jul 25, 2003
Discover the advantages of SVG as a graphics standard while getting an introduction to its basic functions. You will also learn about XML, SVG's parent language.
Introduction to Voice XML Part 3: Voice XML Grammars
By Frank Coyle
Aug 10, 2007
Improve the quality of the voice interface by understanding the rules of voice grammars.

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