A basic level of DOM programming is an essential aspect of XMLC development. We're going to spend this section reviewing the most commonly required DOM API methods.
In XMLC development, the developer adds dynamic content to an HTML document template by adding and manipulating DOM objects. DOM objects represent everything from large sub-documents containing other DOM objects to small rows in a table.
Using XMLC command line options, static href attributes in form elements can be replaced with references to presentation objects or servlets. Prototype table rows can be used as small templates to stamp out dynamically-generated rows.
As we discussed earlier, there's a balance between taking advantage of XMLC's capability to ...