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Beginning SOA Using BEA WebLogic Workshop
Oct 15, 2004
Emmanuel Proulx discusses service-oriented architecture (SOA) and provides an example of an SOA system using the BEA WebLogic Workshop development environment.
Beyond HTML: Returning JSON and XML Data From Your MVC Endpoints
Feb 10, 2010
You adopted MVC to get better control over your URL structure. Then you’re asked to provide REST access over the same data. Instead of developing a new API and set of endpoints that mirrors what you already have, you can augment the existing application to respond to requests for JSON and XML as well as handle data updates and deletes. Scott Seely shows you how.
Blogging with .NET and the Atom API
Jan 13, 2006
Tim Stevens explains how to make use of the Blogger.com Atom-based API from any .NET application.
Bringing SOAP, Web Services, and .NET together
Aug 30, 2002
Discover SOAP's place in the universe by examining the relationships, the benefits, and the future of these three emerging technologies.
Building a DHTML Drop Down Menu with Dreamweaver
Oct 25, 2002
Macromedia Dreamweaver helps you incorporate DHTML without having to learn the underlying code. Learn here how to use it.
Building a Visual FoxPro Application for SQL Server
Jul 2, 2004
Learn how to build a data access layer to communicate with either DBFs or SQL Server. Even cooler, you'll do it with no code to change when you move from DBFs to SQL tables, and an upsizing wizard to migrate the data for you. Find out how to use a data access layer in FoxPro, which gives you the ability to use DBFs, SQL Server, a WebConnection XML server, or XML Web services.
Building N1™ Grid Solutions: Realizing the Vision
Jan 14, 2005
This chapter builds on the fundamental basics of the N1 Grid solution to explore the nature of an N1 Grid operating environment, especially some of the mechanisms that are already extant and are leveraged by the N1 Grid solution.
Building Plugins with C# Part 1
Aug 27, 2004
Interested in building plug-ins, but not sure where to start? In this first article in a four-part series, you'll learn how to put together a simple authentication plug-in for a project in C#.
Building Plugins with C# Part 2: Making Additions with XML
Sep 3, 2004
In this second part in our plug-in series, you'll learn how to use an XML file to validate users, and find out how—and why—to add a new configuration section handler.
Building Plugins with C# Part 3: Adding LDAP, SQL, and Configuration
Sep 10, 2004
Feeling smarter, yet? In this continuing series, you'll learn how to use inheritance to re-use code, and how your applications can load their own configuration files. You'll also learn more about doing LDAP authentication and connecting to a database to run a stored procedure.
Building Plugins with C# Part 4: Logging and Deployment
Sep 17, 2004
We finish up our series on building plug-ins with an demonstration of logging techiques and an introduction to deployment methodologies. In other words, you'll learn what to do when things go wrong, and you'll find out how to get the plug-in in the hands of your users.
Building Portals with XML
Dec 21, 2001
the adoption of XML will enable the Web to enter a new dimension of use and usefulness. In this chapter from his book, Dave Carlson shows you how to recombine the XML information content with a presentation that is appropriate for the viewing device ...
Building the XML Web Services Four Function Calculator
Sep 13, 2002
In this sample chapter you learn the basics of creating XML Web Services as you work through the development of your first service.
Changing Software and Legacy Code
Jan 14, 2005
The old adage, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it," doesn't necessarily apply in the case of technology. Projects continually require alterations, updates, and enhancements. This chapter outlines the nature of code change, and suggests some of the challenges to be faced when making these changes.
Clean HTML from Word: Can It Be Done?
Dec 30, 2004
Laurie Rowell's short answer to the question above: Yes, with a bit of effort. With a number of utilities available at relatively low cost, you can finagle Microsoft Word's output to something that resembles clean HTML. You might need to roll up your sleeves and dig around in the code or the formatting (depending on the application you choose), but you should end up with something you can put on the web without shame.
Cleaning Your Web Pages with HTML Tidy
Jul 2, 2004
Even with the push for web standards, many web pages are still plagued by sloppy coding. Technical writer Scott Nesbitt looks at fixing problems with HTML files using HTML Tidy.
Cocoa: Working with XML
May 19, 2006
Objective-C and Cocoa is the predominate language/framework on the Apple OS X operating system, but it is fairly uncommon otherwise. One way to enable an application written in this language to communicate with applications written for other platforms is via the universal XML. Marcus Zarra walks you through constructing, transmitting, and deconstructing an XML document using Objective-C and Cocoa.
Configuring an Eclipse Java Project
Mar 4, 2005
Eclipse includes a wide assortment of configuration options that control project compilation or enhance productivity. This sample book chapter will keep you from getting overwhelmed by the number of choices.
Converting a DTD into a Schema
Dec 21, 2001
In this sample chapter from Special Edition Using XML Schema, David Gulbransen discusses the legacy of DTDs and the differences between DTDs and Schema, and teaches you how to convert the DTD to a Schema.
Converting DTDs to XML Schemas
Mar 22, 2002
David Gulbransen walks through the conversion process from DTD to XML Schema.

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