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XML (eXtensible Markup Language)

Introduction to XML Schemas
This article explains what an XML Schema is and the many usefull purposes thay provide for with code examples. More ...

Rules For a Well-formed XML Document
An error in an XML document will bring your application to a halt. If you follow these rule for creating well-formed XML code, there is much less chance of creating an error, and any error will be easier to locate. More ...

Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) Basics
Although XML and XSL are very complex technologies, with the simple examples in this article you learn that you don't need extensive knowledge to do some powerful things. You can store your data in an XML document and use a basic XSL style sheet to select, filter, and sort the elements of an XML document for display as HTML in a Web browser. More ...

Program a Visual Basic XML Database
In this article I show you how to program an XML database with Visual Basic. This example consists of two parts, an XML document and a Visual Basic program that is used to browse, search, and edit the XML document. More ...

XML Namespaces Made Simple
If you're going to use XML for more than just your own local purposes, you need a way to validate it. Today, this is done using a schema. But don't attempt to use a schema without an understanding of namespaces. More ...

Roll Your Own Java XML Database
In this article I show you how to write a simple Java program to access an XML document that allows you to save your updates. The database for this example is an XML document containing all the different modes which can be set for a computers display. More ...