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Cocoon Developer's Handbook (Developer's Library)by Lajos Moczar
Synopses & Reviews
Cocoon Developer's Handbook is a thorough, detailed guide to developing XML-based Web publishing applications using Apache's powerful Cocoon framework. This book is a practical, detailed guide for experienced developers who need to learn how to implement the Cocoon framework in a Web XML publishing system. The book is not a theoretical work about XSL, XSP, and XSLT standards, but rather a hands-on explanation of these technologies within the Cocoon framework, with examples and solutions to get developers up and running with Cocoon.
Cocoon is an open source Web development technology that is being developed as part of the Apache XML project. This text is a detailed guide to developing XML-based Web publishing applications using the Cocoon framework. The text covers Cocoon 2.0.
The fastest way to learn the basics of XML, this hands-on guide covers the core concepts of XML without unnecessary background. Designed to introduce XML to readers with limited XML exposure.
About the Author
Jeremy Aston has been involved in commercial software development since graduating from college in 1988, originally developing applications using C. He started concentrating on web application development in 1995, working with both Java and Microsoft technologies, quickly specialising in servlets when they emerged. In 1997, Jeremy lead a team of developers on a large servlet based project to develop a Learning Management System which was subsequently redeveloped using EJB, JSP and XML technologies. This project exposed Jeremy to many common issues faced in multi lingual, multi branded application development and into evaluating how emerging XML and XSLT technologies could be harnessed to solve them. When Cocoon appeared and matured, Jeremy could see how like minded individuals had developed a framework that sought to solve many of the problems that had plagued development teams. Since then Jeremy has developed several applications that exploit Cocoon to ease the development of e-learning content. He and his team are currently working on bringing these tools together to form a comprehensive learning content publishing and management system.
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