Logical Imagination offers XML training via our live, instructor-led online classes or as onsite classes at your location.  

Extensible Markup Language (XML), defined by the W3C, is a markup language that defines a set of rules for encoding documents in a format that is both human-readable and machine-readable. The design goals of XML emphasize simplicity, generality, and usability over the Internet, so it is widely used for the representation of arbitrary data structures. Many application programming interfaces (APIs) have been developed to aid software developers with processing XML data, and several schema systems exist to aid in the definition of XML-based languages.*

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  • XML - Introduction

    $325.00
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    Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to create a basic XML document, validate an XML document, format and transform XML documents, link XML documents, and access XML documents.

    XML - Introduction

    • Creating an XML Document
      • Introduction to XML
      • Create XML Elements
      • Create Additional XML Components
      • Implement Namespaces
      • Implement XInclude
    • Validating an XML Document
      • Create a DTD
      • Validate XML with a DTD
      • Create a Schema
      • Validate XML with a Schema
    • Formatting and Transforming XML Documents
      • Display an XML Document Using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
      • Transform XML to XML
      • Transform XML into HTML
      • Create an XSL-FO Document
      • Display XML Data Using XSL-FO
    • Linking XML Documents
      • Link to an External Document
      • Link to External Sources Using the HTML Namespace
    • Accessing XML Documents
      • Access an XML Document Using XQuery
      • Access an XML Document Using DOM
      • Access an XML Document Using SAX
  • XSLT

    $650.00
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    In this two-day course you will use the features of XSLT and XPath to develop stylesheets that convert XML documents to other XML, HTML, or text. The course begins with an introduction to commonly used tags such as template, apply-templates, and value-of. From there, you will learn how to use XPath nodetypes, axes, and predicates. Flow control and functions are covered next. Finally, you will learn some advanced XSLT features such as variables. . .

    XSLT

    • Introduction to XSLT
      • Stylesheet, Source, and Result
      • XSLT Processors
      • Processor Implementations
      • XPath Basics
      • xsl:stylesheet
      • xsl:template
      • xsl:value-of
      • xsl:apply-templates
      • xsl:output
    • XPath Nodetypes
      • XPath Expressions
      • XPath Context
      • XPath Location Steps
      • Element and Root Nodes
      • Text and Attribute Nodes
      • Comment and Processing Instruction Nodes
      • Namespace Nodes
      • Wildcards
      • Whitespace
      • Default Template Rules
    • XPath Axes and Predicates
      • Location Paths and Location Steps
      • Peer Axis Types
      • More Peer Axis Types
      • Descendant Axis Types
      • Ancestor Axis Types
      • Node Tests
      • Predicates
      • Functions
    • XSLT Flow Control
      • xsl:if
      • xsl:choose
      • xsl:for-each
      • xsl:sort
      • Named Templates
      • Mode
    • Generating Output with XSLT
      • Output Methods
      • HTML Output
      • Plain Text Output
      • XML Output
      • xsl:element and xsl:attribute
      • Attribute Value Templates
      • xsl:attribute-set
      • Text, Processing-Instructions, and Comments
      • Working with Namespaces
    • Using XPath and XSLT Functions
      • XPath Datatypes and Functions
      • Node Test Functions
      • Node Set Functions
      • Boolean Functions
      • String Functions
      • Number Functions
      • The document() Function
      • xsl:key and key() Function
    • Advanced XSLT
      • Copying Elements
      • Numbering
      • Variables
      • Parameters
      • Using Other Stylesheets
      • apply-imports
      • Template Rule Conflicts
      • Extensions
    • XSLT and XPath 2.0 New Features
      • XSLT 2.0 Grouping Elements and Functions
      • User-Defined XSLT Functions
      • Multiple Output and XHTML Documents
      • Temporary Trees
      • Sequences
      • Types
      • Stylesheets that are Schema-Aware
      • Character Mapping
      • Regular Expressions

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