XML Problem Design Solution
Mitch Amiano, Conrad D'Cruz, Kay Ethier, Michael D. Thomas
- Offering a unique approach to learning XML, this book walks readers through the process of building a complete, functional, end-to-end XML solution
- Featured case study is an online business product catalog that includes reports, data input/output, workflow, stylesheet formatting, RSS feeds, and integration with external services like Google, eBay, and Amazon
- The format of presenting a problem and working through the design to come up with a solution enables readers to understand how XML markup allows a business to share data across applications internally or with partners or customers even though they might not use the same applications
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: XML and the Enterprise.
Chapter 2: Well-Formed XML.
Chapter 3: Creating and Distributing a Structure for Shared Information.
Chapter 4: Presenting XML Directly.
Chapter 5: Converting XML Content Online.
Chapter 6: Rendering XML to Print.
Chapter 7: Targeting Your Audience.
Chapter 8: Searching and Merging XML Documents.
Chapter 9: Integrating XML with the Rest of Your Data.
Chapter 10: Transforming Business Documents.
Chapter 11: Consuming Data with Web Services and Syndication.
Chapter 12: Providing Web Services.
Chapter 13: Combining Catalogs.
Chapter 14: Integrating and Automating Business Processes.
Appendix A: Tools.
Appendix B: Additional Reading.
Appendix C: Online Resources.