Teaches students XML, as well as explaining XML syntax with a list of common errors and misunderstandings. Ex.___
Walks students through a multi-tier e-commerce application using XML and Java. Ex.___
Reinforces concepts students have learned. Ex.___
Helps guide students through the chapters. Ex.___
Students will develop a structured programming technique to isolate problems, write correct problems faster, and produce easy-to-maintain programs. Ex.___
Gives students added coverage on Java enhancing their programming knowledge. Ex.___
Source code from the book (PC) -- Examples.exe
Source code from the book (Mac) -- Setup.sit
Source code from the book (Linux) --setup.tar.gz
Source code from Appendix A -- Appendix A
Source code from Chapter 01 -- Chapter 01
Source code from Chapter 02 -- Chapter 02
Source code from Chapter 03 -- Chapter 03
Source code from Chapter 04 -- Chapter 04
Source code from Chapter 05 -- Chapter 05
Source code from Chapter 06 -- Chapter 06
Source code from Chapter 07 -- Chapter 07
Source code from Chapter 08 -- Chapter 08
Source code from Chapter 09 -- Chapter 09
Source code from Chapter 10 -- Chapter 10
Source code from Chapter 11 -- Chapter 11
Source code from Chapter 12 -- Chapter 12
The by Example Series. Who Should Use This Book. This Book's Organization. Conventions Used in This Book.
Introduction. Where This Book Fits. A First Look at XML. A First Look on Document Structure. Markup Language History. Application of XML. Companion Standards. XML Software.
A First Look at the XML Syntax. Advanced Topics. Frequently Asked Questions About XML. Four Common Errors. Two Applications of XML. XML Editors.
The Problem Namespaces Solves. Namespaces. URIs. Scoping. Digital Signature: An Example of Namespaces.
DTDs and XML Schemas. The DTD Syntax. Relationship Between the DTD and the Document. Advanced DTD Concepts. The Schema Syntax. Namespaces and Other Advanced Schema Concepts. Modeling XML Documents. Modeling Documents from an Object Model. Modeling from Scratch. A Tool to Help.
Why Styling? XSL. Basic XSLT. Supporting Different Markup Languages. When and Where to Use Style Sheets. Advanced XSLT.
Rendering XML Without HTML. The Basics of CSS and FO. Simple CSS. Simple FO. Flow Objects and Areas. Property Values. Box Properties. Text and Font Properties. Some Advanced Features. When Should You Use Which.
What Is a Parser? The Parser and the Application. Document Object Model. Getting Started with DOM. Managing the State. Common Errors and How to Solve Them. DOM and Java. DOM in Applications.
Why Another API? SAX: The Power API. Commonly Used SAX Interfaces and Classes. Maintaining the State. Flexibility.
The Parser Mirror. Modifying a Document with DOM. Exploring Netscape Support for DOM. DOM Methods to Create and Modify Documents. Creating a New Document with DOM. Using DOM to Create Documents. Creating Documents Without DOM. Doing Something with the XML Documents. Writing with Flexibility in Mind.
Structured and Extensible. XLink. XHTML. e-Commerce, XML/EDI, and ebXML. The Right Level of Abstraction. Attributes Versus Elements.
What Is an N-Tiered Application? The XCommerce Application. How XML Helps. Programming SOAP. XCommerce Architecture. Server-Side Programming Language.
Building XCommerce. First Tier: The Database. Second Tier: The SOAP Service. Third Tier: The Presentation Servlet. Utility Class: Comparing Strings.
Java in Perspective. Downloading Java Tools. Your First Java Application. Servlets. Your First Servlet. More Java Language Concepts.
Simple Types Supported by DTD. Simple Types Supported by XML Schema.