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Valid XML Document
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. A valid XML document is defined by the W3C as a well-formed XML document which also conforms to the rules of a Document Type Definition (DTD) or an XML Schema (XSD), which W3C supports as an alternate to DTD. This term should not be confused with a well-formed XML document, which is defined as an XML document that has correct XML syntax according to W3C standards.

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XML Information Set
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. XML Information Set (XML Infoset) is a W3C specification describing an abstract data model of an XML document in terms of a set of information items. The definitions in the XML Information Set specification are meant to be used in other specifications that need to refer to the information in a Well-formed XML document. An XML document has an information set if it is well-formed and satisfies the namespace constraints. There is no requirement for an XML document to be valid in order to have an information set. Infoset augmentation or infoset modification refers to the process of modifying the infoset during schema validation, for example by adding default attributes. The augmented infoset is called the post-schema-validation infoset, or PSVI.

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XML Information Set
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. XML Information Set (XML Infoset) is a W3C specification describing an abstract data model of an XML document in terms of a set of information items. The definitions in the XML Information Set specification are meant to be used in other specifications that need to refer to the information in a Well-formed XML document. An XML document has an information set if it is well-formed and satisfies the namespace constraints. There is no requirement for an XML document to be valid in order to have an information set. Infoset augmentation or infoset modification refers to the process of modifying the infoset during schema validation, for example by adding default attributes. The augmented infoset is called the post-schema-validation infoset, or PSVI.

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XML Encoding Rules
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. XML Encoding Rules (XER) are a set of ASN.1 encoding rules for producing an XML-based verbose textual transfer syntax for data structures described in ASN.1. XER allows some flexibility with respect to, for example, white-space characters between XML elements. A variant of XER called Canonical XML Encoding Rules (CXER) is also defined for uses where encodings have to be deterministic, such as security exchanges. Data encoded in CXER is always valid XER, but not vice versa. XML (Extensible Markup Language) is a set of rules for encoding documents electronically. It is defined in the XML 1.0 Specification produced by the W3C and several other related specifications, all are fee-free open standards.

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XML Encoding Rules
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. XML Encoding Rules (XER) are a set of ASN.1 encoding rules for producing an XML-based verbose textual transfer syntax for data structures described in ASN.1. XER allows some flexibility with respect to, for example, white-space characters between XML elements. A variant of XER called Canonical XML Encoding Rules (CXER) is also defined for uses where encodings have to be deterministic, such as security exchanges. Data encoded in CXER is always valid XER, but not vice versa. XML (Extensible Markup Language) is a set of rules for encoding documents electronically. It is defined in the XML 1.0 Specification produced by the W3C and several other related specifications, all are fee-free open standards.

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XMLHttpRequest
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! XMLHttpRequest (XHR) is a DOM API that can be used inside a web browser scripting language, such as JavaScript, to send an HTTP or an HTTPS request directly to a web server and load the server response data directly back into the scripting language. Once the data is within the scripting language, it is available as both an XML document, if the response was valid XML markup, and as plain text. The XML data can be used to manipulate the currently active document in the browser window without the need of the client loading a new web page document. Plain text data can be evaluated within the scripting language to manipulate the document, too, in the example of JavaScript, the plain text may be formatted as JSON by the web server and evaluated within JavaScript to create an object of data for use on the current DOM.

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XMLHttpRequest
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! XMLHttpRequest (XHR) is a DOM API that can be used inside a web browser scripting language, such as JavaScript, to send an HTTP or an HTTPS request directly to a web server and load the server response data directly back into the scripting language. Once the data is within the scripting language, it is available as both an XML document, if the response was valid XML markup, and as plain text. The XML data can be used to manipulate the currently active document in the browser window without the need of the client loading a new web page document. Plain text data can be evaluated within the scripting language to manipulate the document, too, in the example of JavaScript, the plain text may be formatted as JSON by the web server and evaluated within JavaScript to create an object of data for use on the current DOM.

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XML Programming: Web Applications and Web Servi...
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XML Programming: Web Applications and Web Services with JSP and ASP provides a fast-moving introduction to the XML family of technologies for programmers. Although written with a focus upon JSP- and ASP-based XML solutions, the book presents the material from a language-independent point of view that benefits all developers, whatever their language. The code is written to be readable by all. Chapter 1 through 3 cover the foundations of XML¿well-formed and valid documents, DTDs and namespaces¿but XLink, XPointer, and elements of XSLT are introduced early so the examples can be interesting and useful. Chapter 4 through 6 cover XML processing using SAX, DOM, and XSLT, separately and in various combinations. Each chapter progresses from simple to advanced. Chapter 7 is devoted to the development of a real-world project involving the use of various XML technologies to create an information repository. In the context of the project, we present RDF and the Dublin Core, revisit XPath, XLink, and XPointer, and show how XML data can live inside a relational database. Chapter 8 introduces the newer validation technologies (RELAX NG and XML Schema), in preparation for the final chapter on Web services. In this concluding chapter, the authors not only explain specifications, but also build working examples: The reader is shown, step by step, how to convert a software module into a Web service, how to generate a WSDL description from code, how to use WSDL to generate stubs and skeletons for distributed language-independent applications, and how to register such applications with a UDDI repository, either local or on the Internet. XML Programming: Web Applications and Web Services with JSP and ASP is an indispensable resource for programmers who wish to become proficient in XML technologies and use them for solving large-scale, real-life problems. Alexander Nakhimovsky received an MA in mathematics from Leningrad University in 1972 and a Ph.D. in Linguistics from Cornell in 1979, with a graduate minor in Computer Science. He has been teaching computer science at Colgate University since 1985. He is the author (jointly with Tom Myers) of several books and book chapters, including: Javascript Objects, 1999, Professional Java XML Programming, 1999, and three chapters in Professional JavaServer Programming, J2EE edition, 2000 (all three from WROX), as well as books and articles on linguistics and AI. Tom Myers studied physics in Bogota and Buenos Aires before receiving his BA from St. John's College, Santa Fe (1975) and a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Pennsylvania (1980). A software developer and consultant, he has been working mostly on Java/XML projects for the past few years; some earlier research in parallelism and in functional programming languages seems to be coming back to life, within XSLT. In addition to joint publications with Alexander Nakhimovsky, he is the author of a book and several articles on theoretical computer science.

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Web Standards
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Web Standards: Mastering HTML5, CSS3, and XML provides solutions to the most common website problems, and gives you a deep understanding of web standards and how they can be applied to improve your website. You will learn how to create fully standards-compliant websites and provide search engine-optimized Web documents with faster download times, accurate rendering, correct appearance and layout, lower development cost, approved accessibility, backward and forward compatibility, and easy maintenance and content updating. The book covers all major Web standards, focusing on syntax, grammar, recommended annotations, and other standardization concerns. Web Standards: Mastering HTML5, CSS3, and XML is also a comprehensive guide to current and future standards for the World Wide Web. As a web developer, you'll have seen problems with inconsistent appearance and behavior of the same site in different browsers. Web standards can and should be used to completely eliminate these problems. Web Standards: Mastering HTML5, CSS3, and XML describes how you can make the most of web standards, through technology discussions as well as practical sample code that you can use for your own sites and web applications. It also provides a quick guide to standard website creation for Web developers. Learn techniques and best practices to achieve full standards compliance Write valid markup, styles, and news feeds from scratch or standardize websites by redesign Restrict markup to semantics and provide reliable layout

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