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MSXML 3.0 Supports XPath 1.0, XSLT 1.0, XDR, and SAX2     
Total Hits: 44  |  Today: 0Author: Aaron Skonnard      Rating:  
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If you've been watching the Microsoft® XML Web site (http://msdn.microsoft.com/xml), you've probably noticed the increased pace of MSXML releases. MSXML 2.0 shipped with Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 while MSXML 2.5 shipped with Windows® 2000. There was also an interim MSXML 2.6 release which included most of the features in the current 3.0 release with a few exceptions. There have also been several additional MSXML 3.0 releases this year. In this month's column, I'll describe the major enha...

XSL Transformations: XSLT Alleviates XML Schema Incompatibility Headaches     
Total Hits: 50  |  Today: 0Author: Don Box, Aaron Skonnard, John Lam      Rating:  
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The XSL Transformations (XSLT) specification defines an XML-based language for expressing transformation rules that map one XML document to another. XSLT has many of the constructs found in traditional programming languages, including variables, functions, iteration, and conditional statements. In this article you�ll learn how to use the XSLT instructions and template rules, manage namespaces, control transformation output, use multiple stylesheets, and employ pattern-matching with template ru...

Cascade XSL     
Total Hits: 141  |  Today: 0Author: Kastellanos Nikos.      Rating:  
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The ASP.NET uses 'user controls' for adding consistency to a web site. Version 2.0 of ASP.NET introduces master-content pages which is yet another way for creating a template driven site. C-XSL provides an alternative way, where the documents of a website are XML files and contain only the content. The layout of the site is placed in a separate XSL file....

Extracting Node Paths for Matching "InnerText"     
Total Hits: 141  |  Today: 0Author: eOrdinary      Rating:  
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With this XPathFinder you will be able to find XPaths for InnerText you want to find.
This is very simple logic and do not require any expertise in .NET....

Salvage Your Client-Side JavaScript Menus in ASP.NET Using XML/XSLT     
Total Hits: 173  |  Today: 0Author: Moheb Missaghi      Rating:  
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For the past several years, creating client-side JavaScript based menus using the browser's DOM capabilities has been a popular way for developers to implement Web site navigation—so popular that there are now hundreds of Web sites offering free or commercial versions of such JavaScript menus. The complexity of such menus ranges from simple boxes that change style when users hover over menu items with the mouse to sophisticated dynamic versions that change content in response to other client-sid...

Captions for Video with Flash CS3 (Part Two)     
Total Hits: 93  |  Today: 0Author: Tom Green      Rating:  
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In Captions for Video with Flash CS3 (Part One), we showed you how to add captions to a Flash video file using the Timed-Text XML standard. In this article, we’re going to look at another method of captioning: embedding the XML directly into the FLV file. In very simple terms, the XML document will contain the cue points for the captions. When one of those cue points is reached, the caption appears over the video....

XML via the Document Object Model: A Preliminary Course     
Total Hits: 41  |  Today: 0Author: Aaron Weiss      Rating:  
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XML is the new kid on the block, a technology which promises great potential for web development, though still unproven in widespread application. While XML is a powerful, flexible, and intuitive way to structure data, it does not, by itself, process the data as such. One technology which can be employed to process XML data is the Document Object Model, a construct which provides programmatic access to the components of an XML document. Using a DOM-supporting programming language, such as the l...

Changing XSL StyleSheets on the FLY in C# and ASP.NET     
Total Hits: 288  |  Today: 0Author: Mike Gold      Rating:  
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In our ASP.NET application we want to take a list of customers and display them nicely on a web page. The XSL code in listing 1a cycles through each customer in the XML customer data shown in listing 1b and transforms the information into a readable HTML Table (listing 2). The transform uses the XSL for-each select command to loop and builds the table row by row. Within the loop, the transform fills the appropriate customer information using the XSL value-of select command, selecting on each Cus...

An Introduction to XUL Part 6     
Total Hits: 263  |  Today: 0Author: Dan Wellman      Rating:  
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Learn about XUL, a subset of XML used to describe user interfaces, that helps you to make rich user interfaces with nothing more complicated than a text editor. In the sixth part of this series learn about XBL, another of XML’s many faces and a partner in crime with XUL, also called XML Binding Language.
CSS, as you know, will change the appearance of any given element on screen. XBL is a method of changing the behavior of any given element. You could use a binding to add specific elements ...

An Introduction to XUL Part 5     
Total Hits: 289  |  Today: 0Author: Dan Wellman      Rating:  
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Learn about XUL, a subset of XML used to describe user interfaces, that helps you to make rich user interfaces with nothing more complicated than a text editor. In the fifth part of this series you will receive an introduction to XPCOM, the object model used by XUL, and take a close look at a basic example of the combination of Mozilla components and interfaces that make up the abstraction layer.
All applications need a way or warning users that something is about to happen, or that something...

An Introduction to XUL Part 4     
Total Hits: 267  |  Today: 0Author: Dan Wellman      Rating:  
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Learn about XUL, a subset of XML used to describe user interfaces, that helps you to make rich user interfaces with nothing more complicated than a text editor. In the fourth part of this series you will learn about dialog boxes and wizards.
Aside from some other, more advanced elements which will be discussed later on, the elements looked at so far are pretty much all of the elements that actually draw the various things that make up an interface on the screen. There are, however, a couple o...

An Introduction to XUL Part 3     
Total Hits: 260  |  Today: 0Author: Dan Wellman      Rating:  
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Learn about XUL, a subset of XML used to describe user interfaces, that helps you to make rich user interfaces with nothing more complicated than a text editor. In the third part of this series covers layout and content elements.
Now that you’re a little more familiar with the elements that make up the interface, it’s time to look at some of the more advanced layout elements you have at your fingertips with XUL. In most of these examples, I’ve omitted the default opening and closing window e...

An Introduction to XUL Part 2     
Total Hits: 272  |  Today: 0Author: Dan Wellman      Rating:  
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Learn about XUL, a subset of XML used to describe user interfaces, that helps you to make rich user interfaces with nothing more complicated than a text editor. In the second part of this series, Dan Wellman covers implementing more kinds of buttons. He also begins talking about creating Menu Bars, Tooltips, and Status Bars.
In addition to standard buttons, you can easily add other types of buttons using the type attribute; you can create buttons that behave as checkboxes so that any number o...

An Introduction to XUL Part 1     
Total Hits: 308  |  Today: 0Author: Dan Wellman      Rating:  
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Would you like to learn how to make rich user interfaces with nothing more complicated than a text editor? Welcome to XUL, a subset of XML used to describe user interfaces. This article will get you started.
Many of you may not have heard of XUL. I hadn’t until recently. If, like me, you’re excited by the prospect of making rich user interfaces, quickly and easily, using nothing but a simple text editor, then you’ll want to learn all about XUL, because that’s exactly what it’s for. It’s prono...

Simply SOAP     
Total Hits: 62  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft Corporation      Rating:  
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When SOAP is described as a communications protocol, most people think of Component Object Model (COM) or Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA) and start asking questions like, "How does SOAP do object activation?" or "What naming service does SOAP use?". While a SOAP implementation will probably include these things, the SOAP standard doesn't specify them. SOAP is a specification that defines the XML format for messages, and that's about it for the required parts of the spec. If you...

What is SOAP     
Total Hits: 157  |  Today: 0Author: Bob Tabor      Rating:  
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Wondering what SOAP is and what it does? SOAP stands for "Simple Object Access Protocol." Our exclusive SOAP Flash movie provides you with an overview to help you to understand how this technology works. So grab a bag of popcorn and get comfortable -- because the movie is about to start....

A closer look at SOAP     
Total Hits: 117  |  Today: 0Author: Brett McLaughlin      Rating:  
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In this Soapbox opinion piece, Brett McLaughlin casts a critical eye on the Simple Object Access Protocol, assessing the value this much-discussed new technology can provide developers and demonstrating its foundation in a mixture of the old RPC (remote procedure calls) technology and in XML. Brett examines RPC, XML-RPC, RMI, and SOAP in detail, comparing and contrasting the use of each, and discusses whether SOAP makes sense. This article also includes sample code for a SOAP envelope....

XSLT Stylesheets on Client Side     
Total Hits: 111  |  Today: 0Author: perfectxml      Rating:  
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This article shows how to use XSLT on the client side to transform XML into HTML. More specifically, we'll look at the following examples:
1-Associating Stylesheets with XML documents
2-Simplified Syntax for XSLT Stylesheet
3-Using JScript to Apply the Transformation
4-XML Data Islands and XSLT
5-Visual Basic .NET Client Application and XSLT...

What is XML and how to write XML?     
Total Hits: 53  |  Today: 0Author: Irfan Mansha      Rating:  
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In this article we will learn XML technology applying XML Patterns. These patterns represent best design techniques to write XML documents. The major emphasis of the article is to understand and grasp the concept of structure because I think; concept of the structure is the backbone of XML technology. We will also see Object-Oriented approach to write XML structure....

An XSL Calculator using the FXSL Functional Programming Library     
Total Hits: 71  |  Today: 0Author: Dimitre Novatchev      Rating:  
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Described is the implementation of a simple calculator, an interactive XSLT application controlled by a single XSLT transformation. This snippet shows two techniques...



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