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Create, Parse and Manipulate XML Documents With Delphi
XML is the 'Extensible Markup Language', universal language for data on the Web. XML gives developers the power to deliver structured data from a wide ...
XML - XSL, XSLT, XPath, XPointer, XML Resources, Specifications
XML (eXtensible Markup Language) is the basis for the new XHTML. It comes from SGML and is used to represent data in a standard format. The articles and ...
What is XML? - Web Design/HTML - About.com
A technical definition of XML or Extensible Markup Language is "a document markup language for defining structured information". But that is a bit abstract, ...
What is XML? - Web Design/HTML - About.com
Extensible Markup Language (XML) was first brought into the spotlight in 1996 by the World Wide Web Consortium (WC3). XML is a markup language just like ...
XML 101 - Web Design/HTML - About.com
Take this 10 week course, and learn what XML is and how you can use it.
XML Articles by Darla Ferrara - XML Articles - XML Tutorials
Darla Ferrara is the About.com Web Design / HTML Contributing Writer for XML. She covers many different aspects of XML from how to use it, what editors to use  ...
Beginning XML - Web Design/HTML - About.com
Tutorials and explanations to learn how to read, write and use XML. If you're just getting started with XML, these links will help you learn how to read, write and ...
The Role of XML in Website Design - Web Design/HTML - About.com
How to understand the role of XML in website design? Technically XML stands for eXtensible Markup Language. Markup languages, such as HTML or XML, are  ...
Who Uses XML? - Common Uses for XML on the Web
Everyone seems to be talking about XML these days, if it's not Ajax, it's some other tool that uses XML as the back-end, but what are people actually using XML ...
Examining XML - Web Design/HTML - About.com
The latest specification of the Extensible Markup Language (XML) is available online at the W3C. This specification completely describes XML. But it can be ...
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