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Java and XML, Second Edition by Brett McLaughlin

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Chapter 10. Web Publishing Frameworks

This chapter begins our examination of specific Java and XML topics. I have covered the basics of using XML from Java, looking at the SAX, DOM, JDOM, and JAXP APIs to manipulate XML, and the fundamentals of using and creating XML itself. Now that you have a grasp on using XML from your code, I want to spend time on specific applications. The next six chapters cover the most significant applications of XML, and, in particular, how those applications are implemented in the Java space. While there are literally thousands of important applications of XML, the topics in these chapters are those continually in the spotlight, with the potential to significantly change the way traditional development processes occur.

The first hot topic I look at is the XML application that has generated ...

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