Introduction to XML and the Microsoft .NET Platform
Standard Price: $ 850.00
Course Length: 2 days
Since 1995, Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) has evolved as a means of creating structured text documents for viewing online, in which headings, paragraphs, bulleted lists and links to other webpages can be identified with short codes, or ‘tags,’ to be deciphered and rendered properly by the web browser. Now a new set of capabilities â€“ collectively specified as â€œHTML5â€ â€“ are adding not only new â€œtagsâ€ for playing media types like video with no plugins â€“ but also adding programmatic access to new kinds of graphics, interactivity and offline capabilities.
The HTML5 training class will enable you to begin authoring, testing and publishing HTML5 Internet content today, even as the standard itself continues to evolve.
HTML5 already figures prominently in developing interactive web sites for the iPhone, iPad, and Android mobile devices. Your instructor brings years of web development experience to the classroom, as well as a thorough understanding of the evolving technologies which comprise HTML5, so that you will be able to apply your new knowledge faster.
Welcome to the XML: DTD and Schema Development course. You have been introduced to XML and its various technologies and you worked with XML documents. XML documents with similar structures are easier to understand and maintain data. DTDs and schemas help you to validate the structure of an XML document. In this course, you will learn how to develop DTD and schema documents.
Course Objective: You will create XML validating documents using DTDs and schemas.
This class is designed for both technical and non-technical students. All of the central XML technologies are covered in this class, including XSLT, XML DOM, XML Linking, DTDs and XML Schema. In addition, XML-specific technologies and other Web-centric technologies are discussed.
Welcome to XML: An Introduction (Fourth Edition). With your HTML knowledge, you have a solid foundation for working with markup languages. However, unlike HTML, XML is more flexible, allowing you to create custom tags to store and share data across different systems. This course introduces the fundamentals of XML and its related technologies so that you can create your own markup documents.
Course Objective: You will create markup documents using XML and its related technologies.