XML FOR DUMMIES<br />Book author: Lucinda Dykes and Ed Tittel<br />Slides Prepared by Cong Tan<br />Part VI : The Part of ...
Contents.<br />XHTML = XML + HTML.<br />XML Style Is a Matter of Application.<br /> Wireless Markup Language(WML).<br />Do...
1. XHTML = XML + HTML.<br /> XHTML takes easy, familiar HTML markup and rationalizes it within a more rigorous and regular...
2. XML Style Is  a Matter of Application.<br /> Most powerful ways to manage how XML data and documents .<br /> XML applic...
3. Wireless Markup Language(WML).<br />WML is designed to make it easier to use handheld, wireless communications devices ...
4. DocBook, Anyone?<br />DocBook is a standard SGML DTD.<br />It designed to capture computer documentation and other  typ...
5. Mathematical Markup Language(MathML).<br />XML application, MathML supports mathematical and scientific markup for use ...
6. Scalable Vector Graphics(SVG).<br /> SVG is an language for describing two-dimensional graphics in XML.<br />SVG allows...
7. Resource Description Framework(RDF).<br /> RDF is a framework for metadata.<br />RDF provides a basis for generic tools...
8. Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language(SMIL).<br /> SMIL enables you to integrate a set of independent multimedia...
9. Servin’ Up Web Services.<br /> A Web service is a tool or capability that you use you Web browser to access.<br />Web s...
10. XQuery.<br /> The goal of XQuery is to provide an interaction between XML and databases so that XML documents can be a...
11. Create XML Application with Zope. <br />Zope runs on both Windows and UNIX platforms.<br />Zope works in an object-ori...
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  1. 1. XML FOR DUMMIES<br />Book author: Lucinda Dykes and Ed Tittel<br />Slides Prepared by Cong Tan<br />Part VI : The Part of Tens.<br />Chapter 20: Ten Top XML Applications.<br />
  2. 2. Contents.<br />XHTML = XML + HTML.<br />XML Style Is a Matter of Application.<br /> Wireless Markup Language(WML).<br />DocBook, Anyone?<br /> Mathematical Markup Language(MathML).<br /> Scalable Vector Graphics(SVG).<br /> Resource Description Framework(RDF).<br /> Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language(SMIL).<br />Servin’ Up Web Services.<br />Xquery.<br /> Create XML Application with Zope.<br />
  3. 3. 1. XHTML = XML + HTML.<br /> XHTML takes easy, familiar HTML markup and rationalizes it within a more rigorous and regular XML framework.<br /> Thinking about upgrading your HTML markup to its XHTML equivalent?<br /> HTML-Tidy, outstanding HTML-Kit utility and does most of the conversion work for you automatically.<br /> Just don’t forget to validate the results.<br /> Download HTML-Kit at www.chami.com.<br />
  4. 4. 2. XML Style Is a Matter of Application.<br /> Most powerful ways to manage how XML data and documents .<br /> XML application designed to read, organize, transform, and format XML into a variety of looks, feels, and formats.<br /> Possible forms of output include RTF, PDF, HTML, plain text, and many more formats.<br />You need to find out about numerous XML applications, including:<br /> The XSL and its relatives, XSLT and XSL-FO.<br /> XML-based linking languages, especially XLink, XPath, and XPointer.<br /> You also need to understand how to grab XML content and reshape. You probably need help from special-purpose software tools such as the XML Spy 2005 or Office 2003.<br />
  5. 5. 3. Wireless Markup Language(WML).<br />WML is designed to make it easier to use handheld, wireless communications devices of all kinds to access the Internet.<br />WML is an XML application designed specifically to meet constrains inherent in wireless devices.<br /> WML is markup language designed with the phrase “small is beautiful” foremost in mind.<br />Read more about WML at www.oasis-open.org/cover/wap-xml.html.<br />For general information on WAP, OMA at www.wapforum.com/about_OMA/index,html.<br />
  6. 6. 4. DocBook, Anyone?<br />DocBook is a standard SGML DTD.<br />It designed to capture computer documentation and other types of lengthy, complex documents.<br />You can find at :<br />www.oasis-open.org/docbook/ and <br />www.oasis-open.org/committees/docbook/xmlschema/index.shtml.<br />
  7. 7. 5. Mathematical Markup Language(MathML).<br />XML application, MathML supports mathematical and scientific markup for use on the Web.<br />You can also use MathML for computer algebra systems, mathematical typesetting, and voice synthesis.<br />Read more about MathML at its W3C home at www.w3.org/Math/ , and http://xml.coverpages.org/mathML.html.<br />
  8. 8. 6. Scalable Vector Graphics(SVG).<br /> SVG is an language for describing two-dimensional graphics in XML.<br />SVG allows for three basic types of objects: vector graphic shapes, images, and text.<br />SVG is to develop a standard for the Web-based display of such objects.<br />Read more at www.w3.org/Graphics/SVG/.<br />
  9. 9. 7. Resource Description Framework(RDF).<br /> RDF is a framework for metadata.<br />RDF provides a basis for generic tools for authoring, manipulating, and searching machine-readable data on the Web.<br />RDF is also the base for RSS 1.0.<br />Read more information about RDF at www.ilrt.bris.ac.uk/discovery/rdf/resource/.<br />
  10. 10. 8. Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language(SMIL).<br /> SMIL enables you to integrate a set of independent multimedia objects into a synchronized multimedia presentation.<br />You can use SMIL to: <br />Describe the temporal behavior of presentation<br />Describe the layout of the presentation on a screen<br />Associate hyperlinks with media objects.<br />You can create SMIL with simple text editor.<br />To keep track of SMIL progress, stay tuned to www.w3.org/AudioVideo/.<br />
  11. 11. 9. Servin’ Up Web Services.<br /> A Web service is a tool or capability that you use you Web browser to access.<br />Web services permit users with just about any kind of computer to run the same database access programs, read or send faxes, manage bank accounts, …<br />The Web services infrastructure includes a bunch of pieces and parts.<br />These pieces and parts include the following elements:<br />Simple Object Access Protocol(SOAP).<br />Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration(UDDI).<br />Web Services Description Language(WSDL).<br />
  12. 12. 10. XQuery.<br /> The goal of XQuery is to provide an interaction between XML and databases so that XML documents can be accessed and queried like databases.<br />XQuery and XPath are closely related.<br />For more information on XQuery and XPath specifications, see www.w3.org/XML/Query<br />An XQuery tutorial is available at www.yukonxml.com/articles.xquery/<br />
  13. 13. 11. Create XML Application with Zope. <br />Zope runs on both Windows and UNIX platforms.<br />Zope works in an object-oriented environment.<br />Zope enables you to combine objects to create powerful and flexible ways to acquire, manage, and manipulate all kinds of data.<br />Read more about this open-source treasure at www.zope.org.<br />
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