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Part I. Understanding XML 

A1. Understanding XML : 

Learn XML from scatch without having any prior knowledge. Tutorials are well-structured and so easy to grasp that they quickly shift a beginner to XML-Java programming. 

  XML : An Introduction
  What is XML, its importance and applications.

  XML - History
  Evolution of  XML

  XML: HTML Comparison
  Comparing XML with HTML

  XML: Syntax-Rules
  Starting with the Syntax-Rule

  XML: Elements
  XML Elements, naming rules and relationships among elements.

  XML attributes: their use in describing elements and providing additional information about elements.

  How a DTD is used to define the structure of an XML document.

A2. Designing XML  DTD 

  Introduction to DTD
  An introduction to the XML DTD, and why you should use it.

   DTD - XML constituent components
  The XML building blocks defined in a DTD.

   DTD Elements
   Defining legal elements of a XML document using DTD.

  DTD Attributes
  Defining legal attributes of XML elements using DTD.

   DTD Entities
  How to define XML entities using DTD

A3. Designing XML Schema 

  Introduction to XML Schema
  What as a XML Schema.Its uses and advantages over XML DTDs.

  XML Schema:Syntax Rules
  Learning the know-hows of the XML Schema.

  XML Schema:Elements
  Learning the XML Schema simple and complex elements.

  XML Schema:Attributes
  Learn to use the attributes in the XML Schema.

B  XML Technologies and related APIs

  XML Technologies : An Overview
  Quick overview of XML Technologies

  XML Parsers : An Overview
  Know about XML Parsers.

  XML-APIs : An overview 
  Know about various XML APIs


C  XML APIs : JAXP Digging Deeper

   Know about various XML Java APIs and Packages

   Know  all XML APIs for SAX

   Know  all XML APIs for DOM

   Know  all XML APIs for XSLT

Part II. The Simple API for XML Parsing (SAX)


Part III. XML and the Document Object Model (DOM)

  1.  Reading XML Data into a DOM

Part IV. Using XSLT


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