In this chapter, you learned that the .NET Framework is a very powerful toolkit for working with XML documents. In addition, you learned the main rules for working with XML DOM technology. You also reviewed the following questions: What is XML DOM? What does XML DOM stand for? And how do you work with XML nodes by using XML DOM classes?
From these discussions, you could draw the conclusion that the XML DOM technology enables you to read, edit, and create XML documents and save them into memory. In addition, the XML DOM helped you to traverse an XML document and locate its attributes, nodes, and other elements with different types.
The next topic discussed in this chapter was XPath. XPath enables you to build queries for searching an XML document's nodes. Finally, you learned how to use the built-in XML serialization functionality as well as how to customize the way in which the document is serialized.