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Beginning XML, 5th Edition by Joe Fawcett, Liam R.E. Quin, Danny Ayers

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CONTENTS

Part I: Introducing XML

Chapter 1: What is XML?

Steps Leading up to XML: Data Representation and Markups

The Birth of XML

More Advantages of XML

XML in Practice

Summary

Chapter 2: Well-Formed XML

What Does Well-Formed Mean?

Creating XML in a Text Editor

Advanced XML Parsing

The XML Infoset

Summary

Chapter 3: XML Namespaces

Defining Namespaces

Why Do You Need Namespaces?

How Do You Choose a Namespace?

How to Declare a Namespace

Namespace Usage in the Real World

When to Use and Not Use Namespaces

Common Namespaces

Summary

Part II: Validation

Chapter 4: Document Type Definitions

What are Document Type Definitions?

Anatomy of a DTD

DTD Limitations

Summary

Chapter 5: XML Schemas

Benefits of XML Schemas

XML Schemas in Practice

Defining XML Schemas

Creating a Schema from Multiple Documents

Documenting XML Schemas

XML Schema 1.1

Summary

Chapter 6: Relax NG and Schematron

Why Do You Need More Ways of Validating XML?

Setting Up Your Environment

Using RELAX NG

Using Schematron

Summary

Part III: Processing

Chapter 7: Extracting Data From XML

Document Models: Representing XML in Memory

The XPath Language

Summary

Chapter 8: XSLT

What XSLT Is Used For

Setting Up Your XSLT Development Environment

Foundational XSLT Elements

Reusing Code in XSLT

Understanding Built-In Templates and Built-In Rules

Using XSLT 2.0

XSLT and XPath 3.0: What’s Coming Next?

Summary

Part IV: Databases

Chapter 9: XQUERY

XQuery, XPath, and XSLT

XQuery in Practice

Building Blocks of XQuery

The Anatomy of a Query Expression ...

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