List of Tables

Chapter 2: Introduction to XML

Table 2-1: Entities commonly used in XML documents
Table 2-2: Some of the main XML- related recommendations from the W3C

Chapter 3: XML Documents

Table 3-1: The main differences between DTDs and schemas
Table 3-2: An explanation of the symbols used in element declarations within DTDs
Table 3-3: The main attributeType values
Table 3-4: Complex content types

Chapter 4: Using the XML Class

Table 4-1: Mapping the XML document tree for address.xml
Table 4-2: Locating the text nodes within XML document tree for address.xml
Table 4-3: Summary of methods of the XML class
Table 4-4: Summary of properties of the XML class
Table 4-5: Summary of events of the XML class
Table 4-6: Collections within the XML and XMLNode classes

Chapter 6: Working with XML in Excel 2003

Table 6-1: Buttons used for working with XML data in the List toolbar

Chapter 8: Using the Data Components with XML

Table 8-1: The data components shipped with Flash Professional
Table 8-2: The properties listed in the Parameters tab of the Component Inspector
Table 8-3: Schema element settings
Table 8-4: Settings for each binding
Table 8-5: The classes included within the mx.data.binding package
Table 8-6: The only method of the XMLConnector class
Table 8-7: Summary of properties of the XMLConnector class
Table 8-8: Summary of events of the XMLConnector class

Chapter 9: Consuming Web Services with Flash

Table 9-1: The settings listed in the Parameters tab of the Component Inspector
Table 9-2: The only method of the WebServiceConnector class
Table 9-3: Summary of properties of the XMLConnector class
Table 9-4: Summary of events of the XMLConnector class
Table 9-5: The classes included in the services package

Chapter 10: Using the XMLSocket Class

Table 10-1: Common socket servers
Table 10-2: Summary of methods of the XMLSocket class
Table 10-3: Summary of event handlers for the XMLConnector class

Chapter 11: Which XML Option is Best for Me?

Table 11-1: Data storage decision points.

Appendix: Useful Online Resources

Table A-1: XML-related activities at the W3C
Table A-2: W3C URLs for XML-related recommendations
Table A-3: Useful XML-related websites
Table A-4: Useful ASP.NET and PHP websites


Foundation XML for Flash
Foundation XML for Flash
ISBN: 1590595432
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2003
Pages: 93
Authors: Sas Jacobs

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