<< < 1 2 3   Sort: Rank

DOM and XML
What is DOM and how does it relate to XML? The Document Object Model (DOM) is an interface specification maintained by the W3C DOM Workgroup that defines an application independent mechanism to access, parse, or update XML data. In simple terms it is a hierarchical model that allows developers to ma...
2007-04-11, 4373👍, 0💬

Applications That Can Nenefit from Using XML
Give a few examples of types of applications that can benefit from using XML. There are literally thousands of applications that can benefit from XML technologies. The point of this question is not to have the candidate rattle off a laundry list of projects that they have worked on, but, rather, to ...
2007-04-11, 4341👍, 0💬

Who Is Responsible for XML
Who is responsible for XML? XML is a project of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), and the development of the specification is supervised by an XML Working Group. A Special Interest Group of co-opted contributors and experts from various fields contributed comments and reviews by email. XML is a p...
2007-04-11, 4402👍, 0💬

Differences of XML, SGML, and HTML
Aren't XML, SGML, and HTML all the same thing? Not quite. SGML is the mother tongue, and has been used for describing thousands of different document types in many fields of human activity, from transcriptions of ancient Irish manuscripts to the technical documentation for stealth bombers, and from ...
2007-04-11, 4345👍, 0💬

What Is SGML
What is SGML? SGML is the Standard Generalized Markup Language (ISO 8879:1986), the international standard for defining descriptions of the structure of different types of electronic document. There is an SGML FAQ from David Megginson at http://math.albany.edu:8800/hm /sgml/cts-faq.htmlFAQ;and Robin...
2007-04-11, 4457👍, 0💬

Using XSL in Generating HTML Pages from Relational Databases
Describe the role that XSL can play when dynamically generating HTML pages from a relational database Even if candidates have never participated in a project involving this type of architecture, they should recognize it as one of the common uses of XML. Querying a database and then formatting the re...
2007-04-11, 4490👍, 0💬

Describe the differences between XML and HTML
Describe the differences between XML and HTML It's amazing how many developers claim to be proficient programming with XML, yet do not understand the basic differences between XML and HTML. Anyone with a fundamental grasp of XML should be able describe some of the main differences outlined in the ta...
2007-04-11, 4394👍, 0💬

Why Is XML Such an Important Development?
Why is XML such an important development? It removes two constraints which were holding back Web developments: Dependence on a single, inflexible document type (HTML) which was being much abused for tasks it was never designed for; The complexity of full SGML, whose syntax allows many powerful but h...
2007-04-11, 4489👍, 0💬

Where Should I Use XML
Where Should I Use XML? Its goal is to enable generic SGML to be served, received, and processed on the Web in the way that is now possible with HTML. XML has been designed for ease of implementation and for interoperability with both SGML and HTML. Despite early attempts, browsers never allowed oth...
2007-04-11, 4414👍, 0💬

What Is a Markup Language
What Is a Markup Language? A markup language is a set of words and symbols for describing the identity of pieces of a document (for example, 'this is a paragraph', 'this is a heading', 'this is a list', 'this is the caption of this figure', etc). Programs can use this with a stylesheet to create out...
2007-04-11, 4484👍, 0💬

What Is XML
What is XML? XML is the Extensible Markup Language. It improves the functionality of the Web by letting you identify your information in a more accurate, flexible, and adaptable way. It is extensible because it is not a fixed format like HTML (which is a single, predefined markup language). Instead,...
2007-04-11, 4644👍, 0💬

<< < 1 2 3   Sort: Rank