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XML in a Nutshell, 3rd Edition
By Elliotte Rusty  Harold, W. Scott  Means
Publisher : O'Reilly
Pub Date : September 2004
ISBN : 0-596-00764-7
Pages : 712
        What This Book Covers
        What's New in the Third Edition
        Organization of the Book
        Conventions Used in This Book
        Request for Comments
      Part I:   XML Concepts
          Chapter 1.   Introducing XML
        Section 1.1.   The Benefits of XML
        Section 1.2.   What XML Is Not
        Section 1.3.   Portable Data
        Section 1.4.   How XML Works
        Section 1.5.   The Evolution of XML
          Chapter 2.   XML Fundamentals
        Section 2.1.   XML Documents and XML Files
        Section 2.2.   Elements, Tags, and Character Data
        Section 2.3.   Attributes
        Section 2.4.   XML Names
        Section 2.5.   References
        Section 2.6.   CDATA Sections
        Section 2.7.   Comments
        Section 2.8.   Processing Instructions
        Section 2.9.   The XML Declaration
        Section 2.10.   Checking Documents for Well-Formedness
          Chapter 3.   Document Type Definitions (DTDs)
        Section 3.1.   Validation
        Section 3.2.   Element Declarations
        Section 3.3.   Attribute Declarations
        Section 3.4.   General Entity Declarations
        Section 3.5.   External Parsed General Entities
        Section 3.6.   External Unparsed Entities and Notations
        Section 3.7.   Parameter Entities
        Section 3.8.   Conditional Inclusion
        Section 3.9.   Two DTD Examples
        Section 3.10.   Locating Standard DTDs
          Chapter 4.   Namespaces
        Section 4.1.   The Need for Namespaces
        Section 4.2.   Namespace Syntax
        Section 4.3.   How Parsers Handle Namespaces
        Section 4.4.   Namespaces and DTDs
          Chapter 5.   Internationalization
        Section 5.1.   Character-Set Metadata
        Section 5.2.   The Encoding Declaration
        Section 5.3.   Text Declarations
        Section 5.4.   XML-Defined Character Sets
        Section 5.5.   Unicode
        Section 5.6.   ISO Character Sets
        Section 5.7.   Platform-Dependent Character Sets
        Section 5.8.   Converting Between Character Sets
        Section 5.9.   The Default Character Set for XML Documents
        Section 5.10.   Character References
        Section 5.11.   xml:lang
      Part II:   Narrative-Like Documents
          Chapter 6.   XML as a Document Format
        Section 6.1.   SGML's Legacy
        Section 6.2.   Narrative Document Structures
        Section 6.3.   TEI
        Section 6.4.   DocBook
        Section 6.5.   OpenOffice
        Section 6.6.   WordprocessingML
        Section 6.7.   Document Permanence
        Section 6.8.   Transformation and Presentation
          Chapter 7.   XML on the Web
        Section 7.1.   XHTML
        Section 7.2.   Direct Display of XML in Browsers
        Section 7.3.   Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML
        Section 7.4.   Prospects for Improved Web Search Methods
          Chapter 8.   XSL Transformations (XSLT)
        Section 8.1.   An Example Input Document
        Section 8.2.   xsl:stylesheet and xsl:transform
        Section 8.3.   Stylesheet Processors
        Section 8.4.   Templates and Template Rules
        Section 8.5.   Calculating the Value of an Element with xsl:value-of
        Section 8.6.   Applying Templates with xsl:apply-templates
        Section 8.7.   The Built-in Template Rules
        Section 8.8.   Modes
        Section 8.9.   Attribute Value Templates
        Section 8.10.   XSLT and Namespaces
        Section 8.11.   Other XSLT Elements
          Chapter 9.   XPath
        Section 9.1.   The Tree Structure of an XML Document
        Section 9.2.   Location Paths
        Section 9.3.   Compound Location Paths
        Section 9.4.   Predicates
        Section 9.5.   Unabbreviated Location Paths
        Section 9.6.   General XPath Expressions
        Section 9.7.   XPath Functions
          Chapter 10.   XLinks
        Section 10.1.   Simple Links
        Section 10.2.   Link Behavior
        Section 10.3.   Link Semantics
        Section 10.4.   Extended Links
        Section 10.5.   Linkbases
        Section 10.6.   DTDs for XLinks
        Section 10.7.   Base URIs
          Chapter 11.   XPointers
        Section 11.1.   XPointers on URLs
        Section 11.2.   XPointers in Links
        Section 11.3.   Shorthand Pointers
        Section 11.4.   Child Sequences
        Section 11.5.   Namespaces
        Section 11.6.   Points
        Section 11.7.   Ranges
          Chapter 12.   XInclude
        Section 12.1.   The include Element
        Section 12.2.   Including Text Files
        Section 12.3.   Content Negotiation
        Section 12.4.   Fallbacks
        Section 12.5.   XPointers
          Chapter 13.   Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
        Section 13.1.   The Levels of CSS
        Section 13.2.   CSS Syntax
        Section 13.3.   Associating Stylesheets with XML Documents
        Section 13.4.   Selectors
        Section 13.5.   The Display Property
        Section 13.6.   Pixels, Points, Picas, and Other Units of Length
        Section 13.7.   Font Properties
        Section 13.8.   Text Properties
        Section 13.9.   Colors
          Chapter 14.   XSL Formatting Objects (XSL-FO)
        Section 14.1.   XSL Formatting Objects
        Section 14.2.   The Structure of an XSL-FO Document
        Section 14.3.   Laying Out the Master Pages
        Section 14.4.   XSL-FO Properties
        Section 14.5.   Choosing Between CSS and XSL-FO
          Chapter 15.   Resource Directory Description Language (RDDL)
        Section 15.1.   What's at the End of a Namespace URL?
        Section 15.2.   RDDL Syntax
        Section 15.3.   Natures
        Section 15.4.   Purposes
      Part III:   Record-Like Documents
          Chapter 16.   XML as a Data Format
        Section 16.1.   Why Use XML for Data?
        Section 16.2.   Developing Record-Like XML Formats
        Section 16.3.   Sharing Your XML Format
          Chapter 17.   XML Schemas
        Section 17.1.   Overview
        Section 17.2.   Schema Basics
        Section 17.3.   Working with Namespaces
        Section 17.4.   Complex Types
        Section 17.5.   Empty Elements
        Section 17.6.   Simple Content
        Section 17.7.   Mixed Content
        Section 17.8.   Allowing Any Content
        Section 17.9.   Controlling Type Derivation
          Chapter 18.   Programming Models
        Section 18.1.   Common XML Processing Models
        Section 18.2.   Common XML Processing Issues
        Section 18.3.   Generating XML Documents
          Chapter 19.   Document Object Model (DOM)
        Section 19.1.   DOM Foundations
        Section 19.2.   Structure of the DOM Core
        Section 19.3.   Node and Other Generic Interfaces
        Section 19.4.   Specific Node-Type Interfaces
        Section 19.5.   The DOMImplementation Interface
        Section 19.6.   DOM Level 3 Interfaces
        Section 19.7.   Parsing a Document with DOM
        Section 19.8.   A Simple DOM Application
          Chapter 20.   Simple API for XML (SAX)
        Section 20.1.   The ContentHandler Interface
        Section 20.2.   Features and Properties
        Section 20.3.   Filters
      Part IV:   Reference
          Chapter 21.   XML Reference
        Section 21.1.   How to Use This Reference
        Section 21.2.   Annotated Sample Documents
        Section 21.3.   XML Syntax
        Section 21.4.   Constraints
        Section 21.5.   XML 1.0 Document Grammar
        Section 21.6.   XML 1.1 Document Grammar
          Chapter 22.   Schemas Reference
        Section 22.1.   The Schema Namespaces
        Section 22.2.   Schema Elements
        Section 22.3.   Built-in Types
        Section 22.4.   Instance Document Attributes
          Chapter 23.   XPath Reference
        Section 23.1.   The XPath Data Model
        Section 23.2.   Data Types
        Section 23.3.   Location Paths
        Section 23.4.   Predicates
        Section 23.5.   XPath Functions
          Chapter 24.   XSLT Reference
        Section 24.1.   The XSLT Namespace
        Section 24.2.   XSLT Elements
        Section 24.3.   XSLT Functions
        Section 24.4.   TrAX
          Chapter 25.   DOM Reference
        Section 25.1.   Object Hierarchy
        Section 25.2.   Object Reference
          Chapter 26.   SAX Reference
        Section 26.1.   The org.xml.sax Package
        Section 26.2.   The org.xml.sax.helpers Package
        Section 26.3.   SAX Features and Properties
        Section 26.4.   The org.xml.sax.ext Package
          Chapter 27.   Character Sets
        Section 27.1.   Character Tables
        Section 27.2.   HTML4 Entity Sets
        Section 27.3.   Other Unicode Blocks

XML in a Nutshell
XML in a Nutshell, Third Edition
ISBN: 0596007647
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2003
Pages: 232

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