XML Fundamentals

A standards based course on XML
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(524)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
May 11, 2012
Duration
4h 51m
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Description
Course info
Rating
(524)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
May 11, 2012
Duration
4h 51m
Description

This course covers the fundamentals of XML and is based on the XML Recommendation and the Namespaces in XML Recommendation. If covers the features and capabilities of XML using the standards it is based on and examples.

About the author
About the author

Dan is an independent consultant, author, and speaker. He likes data; pointy data, rectangular data, even data just lying around on the floor. He is a co-author of the book "A Developers Guide to SQL Server 2005". His articles have been published in MSDN Magazine and SQL Server Magazine and he has spoken at WinDev, Microsoft events, as well as to various developer groups.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Following Examples
Dan Sullivan: Hello I am Dan Sullivan and I'll be presenting this video about following the specifications and examples in the fundamentals of XML course. This course uses many examples to illustrate the topic it covers. You will find the source files for the examples in the download for this course. In this video we will look at how to find the source file for a particular example, how to relate a topic the video cover with the underlying specification for that topic, and how to check for well form ness and validity of a file and run the XSLT and CSHARP programs that examples use. The example sources are in the zip file download for this course. After you extract all the directories and files from the zip file you will find a directory for each video. You will find the name of the directory for a particular video at the bottom of the first silde that is the first slide after the title slide. You will see the path of a particular file at the bottom of the screen at the beginning of an example that uses it. ( Silence )