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Extensible Markup Language (XML)
An overview of the fundamentals of extensible markup language (XML).
# 94098 | 1,899 words | 8 sources | MLA | 2007 | US


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Description:

The intent of this paper is to define what extensible markup language (XML) is, its' history, the goals it was designed to accomplish, and the features of this integration standard. The differences between XML and hypertext markup language (HTML) are explained, in addition to a discussion of the rxtensible dtylesheet language (XSL) and its relationship to XML. XLinks and XPointers are also explained and the relationship between Web Services and XML. Throughout this discussion the growing importance of XML as an integration standard for Internet-based applications is also discussed.

Outline:
Introduction
What is XML?
The History of XML
The Goals for XML
Features of XML
The Differences Between the XML and the HTML
eXtensible Stylesheet Language (XSL)
XLinks and XPointers
The Relationship Between Web Services and XML
Conclusion

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Barry & Associates (2005) - eXtensible Stylesheet Language. Service-architecture.com including Web Services coverage. Retrieved from the Internet on May 1, 2006 from: http://www.service-architecture.com/xml/articles/extensible_stylesheet_language_xsl.html
  • Holzner (2003) - Chapter 1, An Introduction to XML Basics. Real World XML, 2nd Edition. Steve Holzner, author. Peachpit Press. ISBN: 0735712867; Published: Jan 15, 2003; Copyright 2003; Dimensions Special (all other) ; Pages: 1200; Edition: 2nd
  • Nissat (2002) - Proceedings from the NISSAT-NCSI Workshop on Developing Digital Libraries using Open Source Software(E-Prints Archive Software and Greenstone Digital Library Software) (15.4.2002 to 20.4.2002). From the presentation XML Concepts, Applications, and Case Studies. Dr. Shalini Urs author and presenter.
  • Usdin (2006) - From the presentation How and Why Are Companies Using XML? Specifically on the topic of the pervasive growth of XML. Mulberry Technologies. January, 2006.
  • Vasudevan (2001) - A Web Services Primer. O'Rielly Publishing XML Website. Essential Section on XML. Retrieved from the Internet on May 2, 2006 from: http://www.xml.com/pub/a/ws/2001/04/04/webservices/

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