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Java and XMLby Brett D Mclaughlin
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Java and XML, 3rd Edition, shows you how to cut through all the hype about XML and put it to work. It teaches you how to use the APIs, tools, and tricks of XML to build real-world applications. The result is a new approach to managing information that touches everything from configuration files to web sites.
After two chapters on XML basics, including XPath, XSL, DTDs, and XML Schema, the rest of the book focuses on using XML from your Java applications. This third edition of Java and XML covers all major Java XML processing libraries, including full coverage of the SAX, DOM, StAX, JDOM, and dom4j APIs as well as the latest version of the Java API for XML Processing (JAXP) and Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB). The chapters on web technology have been entirely rewritten to focus on the today's most relevant topics: syndicating content with RSS and creating Web 2.0 applications. You'll learn how to create, read, and modify RSS feeds for syndicated content and use XML to power the next generation of websites with Ajax and Adobe Flash.
If you are developing with Java and need to use XML, or think that you will be in the future; if you're involved in the new peer-to-peer movement, messaging, or web services; or if you're developing software for electronic commerce, Java and XML will be an indispensable companion.
Book News Annotation:
This guide first covers XML basics, including XPath, XSL, DTDs, and XML Schema, then focuses on using XML from Java applications. This third edition covers all major Java XML processing libraries, as well as the latest version of the Java API for XML Processing (JAXP) and Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB). The chapters on Web technology have been entirely rewritten to focus on today's most relevant topics: syndicating content with RSS and creating Web 2.0 applications. The book will be useful to Java developers, those involved in the peer-to-peer movement, messaging, or web services, and people developing software for electronic commerce. McLaughlin is a Java and XML programmer. Edelson is a software developer. Annotation ©2008 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Ideal for any Java developer who wants to take advantage of XML without having to become an expert on the markup language, this new edition has been thoroughly revised with coverage of Java 5.0 as well as new standards for SOAP, a key Web services technology that works with XML and provides a central part of Microsoft's .NET platform.
About the Author
McLaughlin has been working in computers since the Logo days. He currently specializes in building application infrastructure using Java and Java-related technologies.
Table of Contents
Preface; Organization; Conventions Used in This Book; Using Code Examples; We'd Like Your Feedback!; Safari® Enabled; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1: Introduction; XML 1.0; XML 1.1; XML Transformations; And More...; Chapter 2: Constraints; DTDs; XML Schema; RELAX NG; Chapter 3: SAX; Setting Up SAX; Parsing with SAX; Content Handlers; Error Handlers; Chapter 4: Advanced SAX; Properties and Features; Resolving Entities; Notations and Unparsed Entities; The DefaultHandler Class; Extension Interfaces; Filters and Writers; Chapter 5: DOM; The Document Object Model; Serialization; Modifying and Creating XML; Namespaces; Chapter 6: DOM Modules; Checking for Module Support; DOM Level 2 Modules; DOM Level 3 Modules; Chapter 7: JAXP; More Than an API; Parsing XML; Processing XSL; XPath; XML Validation; Chapter 8: Pull Parsing With StAX; StAX Basics; StAX Factories; Parsing with StAX; Document Output with StAX; Factory Properties; Common Issues with StAX; XmlPull; Chapter 9: JDOM; The Basics; PropsToXML; XMLProperties; More JDOM Classes; JDOM and Factories; Common Issues with JDOM; Chapter 10: dom4j; Overview; Reading and Writing with dom4j; Document Traversal; Transformations; Special-Purpose Factories; Chapter 11: Data Binding with JAXB; Data Binding Basics; Introducing JAXB; Using JAXB; Other Binding Frameworks; Chapter 12: Content Syndication with RSS; What Is RSS?; Creating an RSS Feed; Reading an RSS Feed; Modules with ROME; Chapter 13: XML As Presentation; XML and the Model-View-Controller Pattern; Transforming to HTML with JSP; Using XSLT; Ajax; Flash; Chapter 14: Looking Forward; XML Appliances; XML Databases; XQuery; Fast Infoset; And Many More...; Appendix 1: SAX Features and Properties; Core Features; Core Properties;
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